Area Handbook for Iraq

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AREA HANDBOOK for IRAQ
Co-Authors
1969 First Printing
Harvey H. Smith William Giloane
Nancy W. Al-Any Irving Kaplan
Donald W. Bernier Rinn-Sup Shinn
Frederica M. Bunge Suzanne Teleki
1971 Second Printing
Richard F. Nyrop Newton B. Parker
Beryl L. Benderly Suzanne Teleki

The American University Washington, D.C.

Published 1971

(This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam 550-31, March 1969)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Preface to the Second Printing v
  • Summary of Events: May 1968-November 1970 vii
  • Bibliogrphy xlv
  • Country Summary xlix
  • Table of Contents liii
  • Contents lv
  • Contents lv
  • Section I. Social 1
  • Chapter 2 - Physical Environment 13
  • Chapter 3 - Historical Setting 27
  • Chapter 4 - Population 47
  • Chapter 5 - Ethnic Groups and Languages 55
  • Chapter 6 - Social Structure 71
  • Chapter 7 - Family 83
  • Chapter 8 - Living Conditions 95
  • Chapter 9 - Education 115
  • Chapter 10 - Artistic and Intellectual Expression 131
  • Chapter 11 - Religion 145
  • Chapter 12- Social Values 161
  • Section Ii. Political 175
  • Chaprer 14 - Political Dynamics 189
  • Chapter 15 - Foreign Relations 203
  • Chapter 16 - Public Information 221
  • Chapter 17 - Political Values and Attitudes 237
  • Section Iii. Economic 243
  • Chapter 19 - Agriculture 251
  • Chapter 20 - Industry 269
  • Chapter 21 - Labor 279
  • Chapter 22 - Domestic Trade 301
  • Chapter 23 - Foreign Economic Relations 309
  • Chapter 24 - Public Finance 321
  • Chapter 25 - Banking and Currency 331
  • Section Iv. National Security 339
  • Chapter 27 - Public Order and Safety 353
  • Bibliography 363
  • Glossary 383
  • Index 387
  • Published Area Handbooks 413
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