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Constitutional 'jihad' takes Jakarta back to the future

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's second largest Muslim organization is waging a self-proclaimed "constitutional jihad" against the legal infrastructure of the market economy. But the campaign has less to do with religion than a broad-based reaction against globalization and market liberalism that has gathered pace under successive democratically-elected governments.

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