Ford Country: Building an Elite for Indonesia
The Trojan Horse: A Radical Look at Foreign Aid - 1975
1970 - In the early sixties, Indonesia was a dirty word in the world of capitalist development. Expropriations, confiscations and rampant nationalism led economists and businessmen alike to fear that the fabled riches in the Indies,
oil, rubber and tin, were all but lost to the fiery Sukarno and the twenty million followers of the Peking-oriented Indonesian Communist Party, PKI.