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The Genesis of a Counterelite and
The Formation of the Bath Regime
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ABSP Aflaq agrarian agricultural Akram al-Hawrani Alawi Aleppo Arab nationalism areas army Asad authoritarian Ba'th Party Ba'thist base bourgeoisie bureaucracy cadres capitalism capitalist challenge coalition command concentration conflict congress cooperative corruption coup Damascene Damascus decline Deir ez-Zor dominant Druze economic elections elite establishment factions families forces Ghouta Hafiz al-Asad Hama Hauran IBRD ideological Ikhwan incorporated institutions interests irrigation Islamic Jabbur Jundi labor lack land reform landlords Latakia leaders leadership legitimacy Leninist liberal major mass merchants Meshrif middle class military minority mobilization modern Nasir Nasirite nationalist notability opposition organization party's patronage peasant union peasantry penetration Petran political politicized population populist praetorianism radical Raqqa recruitment regime regime's revolution role rule rural Safadi sectarian sector secular Shaikh sharecroppers small-holding social socialist society structure struggle Sunni Suwayda Syria traditional transformation tribal urban village Warriner Weulersse youth za'im