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Corporatism in Kemalist Turkey: Progress or Order?

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This book provides an informed analysis of the ideological content of Kemalism - the name given to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's party's political thought and practice - and the persistently official and semi-official, hegemonic ideology of the Turkish Republic, formally founded in 1923. Through a textual and contextual analysis of Kemalism in Atarurk's speeches and the official ...more
Hardcover, 319 pages
Published December 14th 2004 by Syracuse University Press (first published November 30th 2004)
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