Men of Order: Authoritarian Modernization Under Atatürk and Reza Shah
In this book, the authors trace the emergence of Atatürk and Reza Shah through the constitutional revolutions in Iran and the Ottoman Empire, which led to the introduction of European social models, the establishment of dictatorship and of secularist reforms. In both cases, this resulted in highly authoritarian, nationalist, and quasi-westernized states, and the personality cult of the leader.
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