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Tan Malaka 
From Jail to Jail 

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From Jail to Jail  is the political autobiography of Sutan Ibrahim gelar Tan Malaka, an enigmatic and colorful political thinker of twentieth-century Asia, who was one of the most influential figures of the Indonesian Revolution. Variously labeled a communist, Trotskyite, and nationalist, Tan Malaka managed to run afoul of nearly every political group and faction involved in the Indonesian struggle for independence. During his decades of political activity, he spent periods of exile and hiding in nearly every country in Southeast Asia. As a Marxist who was expelled from and became a bitter enemy of his country’s Communist Party and as a nationalist who was imprisoned and murdered by his own government’s forces as a danger to its anticolonial struggle, Tan Malaka was and continues to be soaked in contradiction and controversy.


Translated by Helen Javis and with a new introduction from Harry A. Poeze, this edition of From Jail to Jail contextualizes the life and political accomplishments of Tan Malaka in one of the few known autobiographies by a Marxist of this political era and region.

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Language English ● Format EPUB ● Pages 1209 ● ISBN 9780896804043 ● File size 3.6 MB ● Translator Helen Jarvis ● Publisher Ohio University Press ● City OH ● Country US ● Published 2020 ● Edition 1 ● Downloadable 24 months ● Currency EUR ● ID 7699635 ● Copy protection Adobe DRM
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