Retrieving the Past for the Future? Indonesia and the New Order Legacy

in Asian Journal of Social Science
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Abstract

Dramatic changes occurring in Indonesia since the fall of Soeharto may suggest that a complete break has taken place with the system of power and social order that was nurtured under his rule. Indeed, Indonesia has entered a new phase in its history. However, the legacy of the New Order will continue to greatly influence Indonesia's post-Soeharto social and political trajectory. One of the major features of the New Order was a system of power which prohibited the emergence of effective lower-class based movements and organizations and one in which elites were insulated from lower-class pressure. This is very important to our understanding of the future course of democratic struggles in Indonesia.

Retrieving the Past for the Future? Indonesia and the New Order Legacy

in Asian Journal of Social Science

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