Parallelism in Revolution: The Cases of France, Germany, and Iran

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Xlibris, 2005 - History - 246 pages
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Read the book which predicted the rise of the radical Islamic right in Iran. Originally released in August 1999 under the title Democratic Transitions and the Weber/Freud Connection, the book noted that the government in Iran was in jeopardy of being usurped by radical right-wing forces. The predictions contained in this work were based on Dr. Matthew C. Wells' theory of Political Parallelism. In light of recent political events (i.e., the triumph of the Abadgaran faction in 2004 parliamentary elections and the recent election of Iranian neo-con Mahmud Ahmadinejad to the presidency), this book has become all the more timely.

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