Post-revolutionary Politics in Iran: Religion, Society, and Power

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Psychology Press, 2001 - History - 356 pages
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After the Islamic revolution in Iran, revolutionary leaders had to compromise their ideology. The Iranian ship of state continues to drift in search of an equilibrium between revolutionary convictions and the demands of governance, between religion and state, and Islam and the West.
  

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Contents

Revolutionary Politics in Iran
1
The Ideological
13
Rival Factions and Conflicting
47
Khatamis Emergence
78
Social and Economic Difficulties and Political
105
The Quest for Freedom and Intensified Struggle
131
A Tentative Appraisal
163
Introduction
173
Iran the West and the United States
182
Iran and its Troubled Neighborhood
227
The Enemy of Iran and Islam
261
Epilogue
305
List of Iranian Newspapers
325
Glossary
333
Index
345
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