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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.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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|File size:||2 MB|
Table of ContentsMiddle East Quarterly
"Not only does Menashri have complete command over the source material, but he also presents a well-organised story-and his writing is as interesting as it is clear."
Middle East Quarterly
"Not only does Menashri have complete command over the source material, but he also presents a well-organised story-and his writing is as interesting as clear"
"a readable, well written and well-researched book that is useful for specialists and generalists alike"
Journal of Islamic Studies
"an excellent contribution to the study of its subject: clear, thoughtful and balanced, replete with insight into all the complexities of Iranian politics, particularly its basis in negociation and the continuing sense of the possible,as well as of the ideal