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This title aptly signifies the several failed movements for increased regional autonomy over what was felt to be an economic and administrative overcentralization in Indonesia's capital of Java. Harvey's focus is especially important as it relates to the country's political development as a whole since these movements, in opposition to influence of Sukarno, the PKI, and the central army, led to the authoritative strengthening of all three. Based on research and fieldwork (e.g. interviews with participants in Permesta) conducted in 1971 and 1972, this monograph traces the course of the Permesta movement and rebellion in Sulawesi and casts light on central-regional relations in Indonesia. Various chapters survey the national context, the regional context, and the struggle itself. 1977. 174 pages.
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Book Description Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications, 1977. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0877630038