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Publication Date: October 1974
Editorial Note, Indonesia, volume 18, (October 1974)
Table of Contents, Indonesia, volume 18, (October 1974)
Suvarṇadvîpa and the Chrysê Chersonêsos
The Gelandangan of Jakarta: Politics among the Poorest People in the Capital of Indonesia
Neighborhood Organization in Jakarta
An Administrator's View of Indonesian Foreign Policy
Some Preliminary Observations on West Sumatra during the Revolution
Cooking-Pot Politics: A Toraja Village Study
Current Data on the Indonesian Military Elite
Contributors, Indonesia, volume 18, (October 1974)