Returning from a 68-day world jaunt a month ago to find his country an economic mess and in political disarray, President Sukarno of Indonesia surrendered to army pressure by reviving the dictatorial 1945 constitution and appointing to his powerful new "inner" Cabinet not a single Communist Party member (TIME, July 20). Last week the Communists, who still claim 1,500,000 members, got another slap. On the very day that their newspaper Harian Rakjat (People's Daily) announced the convening of their big sixth national congress next week, Army Chief of Staff Abdul Haris Nasution...

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