[Ebook] Majalah Langka: [1970 – 10 Oktober] – The Partai Nasional Indonesia 1963-1965
Reputations once acquired are hard to shed. The stereotype of the Partai Nasional Indonesia (PNI) as an opportunist, conservative party composed of Javanese “prijaji” elements remains despite basic changes which occured within the party in the later years of Guided Democracy. This undifferentioated image on the PNI arose in the early 1950’s and, for that time, it represented a fairly accurate, though limited, description. As the party began to change under the impetus of Guided Democracy politics and the push of internal party dynamics, Indonesian and foreign observers either disregarded the party altogether or tended to seek explanations for these changes in outside factors. Thus, the PNI’s “turn to the left”, in the 1963 to 1965 period, was termed variously as: an opportunistic response to the increasingly leftist politics of Guided Democracy; the result of strong pressure from President Sukarno; or the work of PKI (Communist Party) infiltration of the party leadership.
Judul : The Partai Nasional Indonesia 1963-1965
Penulis : J. Eliseo Romacora
Ukuran : 21,5 MB
Tebal : 41 Halaman
Sumber : Perpustakaan Nasional RI
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