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Sutan Sjahrir, Little Brother’s Lasting Legacy

Sutan Sjahrir is one of the seven “Founding Fathers of Indonesian Revolution.” He urged Sukarno-Hatta to declare Indonesia’s independence despite his absence from the big event. He chose an elegant way to kick out the colonialists: he opted for diplomacy which was opposed by his peers. Unfortunately, history has negated the major role of Bung Kecil (Little Brother), as he was fondly called. Sjahrir was a revolutionary who died in exile. Who was Sjahrir and what was his contribution to the fledgling nation? Read Tempo’s special edition to discover the real Sjahrir.
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