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The politics of social change in the Middle East and North Africa / Manfred Halpern.


Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1963.
ISBN 140087534X, 0691030510, 9781400875344, 9780691030517

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Subjects Africa, North -- Politics and government.
Africa, North -- Social conditions.
Africa, North.
Afrique. Après 1945.
Changement social -- Moyen-Orient.
Changement social.
Maghreb.
Middle East -- Politics and government.
Middle East -- Social conditions.
Middle East.
Moyen-Orient -- Conditions sociales.
Moyen-Orient -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1945-1979.
Moyen-Orient -- Politique et gouvernement.
Moyen-Orient.
Naher Osten.
Nordafrika.
Politics and government.
Politieke vernieuwing.
Politique Internationale. Arabes.
Politique internationale. Orient (Moyen) Après 1945.
Politique.
Social change -- Africa, North.
Social change -- Middle East.
Social change.
Social conditions.
Sociale verandering.
Sozialer Wandel.
URSS. Politique internationale. Politique orientale. Après 1940.
Description xxv, 431 pages : folded color map ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "An attempt to analyze the cause and character of a profound revolution taking place from Morocco to Pakistan. This Report examines the forces, groups, ideas, and institutions now in motion and estimates the direction which politics may take in the future in the area. While the transformation here under study embraces both the pervasive nationalist revolution and the ensuing "revolution of rising expectations," its sources and ramifications are broader and run deeper than nationalism and its discontents: (1) a way of life 1300 years old is being destroyed by challenges for which it was almost entirely unprepared; (2) a social system with new values is taking the place of traditional society; (3) a different range of ideological choices has opened up for a new kind of elite; (4) new political instruments are at the elite's disposal; (5) the fact that new men are using new means to attain new ends in their attempts to deal with the politics of social change entails widespread revolutionary consequences."--Author's report.
Contents Part I. The legacy of the past and the claims of the present. 1. The inheritence of the Islamic Community -- 2. The challenge of the modern age to Islam --- Part II. The changing structure of society. 3. Kings, landlords, and the traditional bourgeoisie: the declining elite -- 4. The new Middle class as the principal revolutionary and stabilized force -- 5. Peasants: the silent majority at the threshold of politics -- 6. Workers: the growing tide of the unskilled and unemployed --- Part III. The range of political choices. 7. Amending the past: reformist Islam -- 8. Resurrecting the past: neo-islamic totalitarianism -- 9. Towards a new age of certainty: communist totalitarianism -- 10. From unorganized insecurity to organized insecurity: nationalism -- 11. Transforming the present: the quest for freedom and authority -- 12. Transforming the present: socialism for the few, for the many, or for the aggrandizement of the state? --- Part IV. Instruments of political modernization. 13. The army -- 14. Political parties -- 15. Trade unions -- 16. The civil bureaucracy --- Part V. The cost and consequences of Middle Eastern choices domestically, regionally, and internationally. 17. The price of political stability -- 18. Regional rivalry and the prospects for unity -- 19. The international orientation of the Middle East.
Geographic Area Middle East
Network Numbers (OCoLC)260226
(OCoLC)ocm00260226
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Halpern, Manfred.
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