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Islamist radicalism emerged in the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of 1906-9. This article examines the early stages of its emergence with particular reference to the provinces of Iran. It looks at the subject thematically and traces the development of an Islamist notion of the state, characterized by Islamic law, and the shaping of new views on nationalism, absolutism and the economy.
- June 22, 2017
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