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Jonathon Cape, publishers, London - first edition, 1961. hardcover, 5½" x 8", with dust jacket. Jacket edges worn and grubby. GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. James Mossman saw most of Indonesia's Civil War as a war correspondent and BBC TV reporter. In the 1950s and 60s he travelled through Sumatra and Indonesia's northern islands with both rebel and loyalist armies, and in this book speculates on the problems facing newly-independent, under-developed nations trying to find a place in the modern world. "Often," he writes, "new leaders are their country's worst enemies.