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By David Joselit

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ISBN-13: 9780691150444

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Tjilegon had a population density of 15,693 per square rnile. ( 1 geogr. mile 7407,4 m; see ENI, II). 7 in the district Lebak. An exceptional case should be mentioned, namely the so-called Lebak affair which arose from the conflict between Douwes Dekker, assistant resident, and Karta Natanegara, regent, both of the Lebak region. Owing to the widespread publicity of the former's writings, dealing with the above issue, the Lebak affair is quite well-known. See Multat:uli, Valledige Werken, Vol. IX (1956); for disturbances in the 'thirties.

28 THE PEASANTS' REVOLT OF BANTEN IN 1888 goals, ideology, group cohesion, organization, and tactics. 67 611 67 For general sturlies on social movements, see Steward J. Burgess ( 19431944), Heberle (1951), King (1962). Almond and Coleman (1960), Parsons (1960), Eisenstadt (1961), Max Weber ( 1964). CHAPTER II THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND GENERAL LOCALE AND RELEVANT ECOLOGICAL FACTORS Banten, located in the extreme west of Java, covers approximately 114 square miles. l Relevant to the density of population is the state of land cultivation, which in turn depends largely upon the physical environment.

INTRODUCTION 19 and rural areas were usually overlooked. In this connection it is worth noting that the bearers of the revolutionary ideas were by no means inarticulate, but apparently did not leave any written accounts of their movement. To return to the report of the Director of the Department of Interior: from the outset it was greatly coloured by certain assumptions concerning the causes of the revolt, such as fanaticism, economic stringency and misgovernment. We have to be on our guard for distortions made by the informants of the Director, in order to plead for their cause or interest as lower officials, secure their personal perspectives or blame their opponents.

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