Notes from the Undeclared War

There was so much to criticize him for, but was there one Indonesian to whom one could point who had attempted with more determination and passion to make of Indonesia the winning team in the global struggle of peoples?” Even considering the cost, could a fragmented post-revolutionary Indonesia, struggling to find its political base, have done without the clan of Sukarnoism, at least in the formative stages of its national political culture?
— Van der Kroef, Justus M. “Sukarno's Indonesia.” Pacific Affairs, vol. 46, no. 2, 1973, pp. 269–288. (#)