Bureaucracy in a Changing Culture

  • Selo Soemerdjan


The independence of the Republic of Indonesia was proclaimed on 17 August 1945. That proclamation was sent over the radio to the world by the country’s national leaders who boldly made use of a political vacuum that emerged after the unconditional surrender of the Japanese to the Allied Forces at the end of the second world war and before the return of the Netherlands East Indies government from its self-imposed exile in Australia.


Political Party Ideal Type State Bureaucracy Ally Force Civil Administration 
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