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The Struggle of the Naga Tribe

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The Struggle of the Naga Tribe

by Rendra, W. S.

Format: Paperback, English
101 page(s)
ISBN/ISBN13: 0702213969/9780702213960
Published Jan 01, 1979 by University of Queensland Press

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The Struggle of the Naga Tribe, performed in 1975, setting out a comprehensive critique of New Order politics and economic development as well as elucidating the principles he thought could underpin an alternative. The critique can be summed up by listing the cast of characters. On one side was a money-grubbing queen backed by sunglass-wearing corrupt military officers and a yes-men chorus of parliamentarians who used the army to pave the way for foreign businesses to enter the country to exploit the local market and the natural resources, with no interest in the welfare of the people. On the other is a village community who mobilise to defend their land from the encroachment of a mining company. They receive the support of a young, foreign journalist who promises to expose their struggle to the outside world – the world of the Big Boss.





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