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Indonesian Destinies

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PAPERBACK

$33.50 • £26.95 • €30.00

ISBN 9780674018341

Publication Date: 10/31/2005

Academic Trade

640 pages

60 color illustrations, 50 halftones, 13 tables

Belknap Press

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  • Prologue: The Largest Muslim Nation
  • I. Sukarno
    • 1. Indonesia, the Devouring Nurturer
    • 2. Guided Chaos
    • 3. Ego, Voice, Vertigo
    • 4. Mass Murder
  • II. Suharto
    • 5. The Smile of Progress
    • 6. The New Majapahit Empire
    • 7. The Sound of Silence
    • 8. The Last Years of Living Securely
    • 9. Behind, Beyond, Beneath the Power Structure
    • 10. Indonesia Burning
  • III. Succession
    • 11. Forcing Out Suharto
    • 12. Stroke
    • 13. New Leaders, New Islam
    • 14. Election 1999: Reds, Greens, Blues, Yellows
    • 15. East Timor
    • 16. Anarcho-Democracy
  • Epilogue: Sukarno’s Daughter in the Palace
  • Chronology
  • Sources
  • Notes
  • Glossary
  • Index

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