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The Indonesian Free Book Press

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Post-New Order reforms have left the book publishing industry in Indonesia with greater freedom of the press than that of the journalistic press. Alternative presses have blossomed, but important books remain priced out of range for most Indonesians, complicating the issue of intellectual property rights, which have yet to be effectively enforced in Indonesia.

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Indonesia

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Vol. 78

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Page range: 121-146

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2004-10

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Cornell University Southeast Asia Program

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