Islam in revolution: fundamentalism in the Arab world

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Syracuse University Press, 1985 - Political Science - 249 pages
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"An excellent presentation, clearly written, with much information. . . . Sure to earn a prominent position among the few scholarly based, intelligently presented analyses of the political aspects of the reaction of this civilization called Islam to the ideological and material encroachments of the West".--American-Arab Affairs.

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Contents

Islamic Resurgence in Modern Society
3
A Cyclical Pattern
9
The SocialPsychological Bases of Islamic Revivalism
25
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