States, Ideologies, and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of Iran, Nicaragua, and the Philippines

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Index
administrative states 13–14
AES, see Association of Secondary Students
Agency for International Development 51, 63, 70–71
Agrarian Institute of Nicaragua 71
Agrarian Promotion and Educational Center 253
AID, see Agency for International Development
Alliance for Progress 38, 61
Amador, Carlos Fonseca 257
Amini, Ali 33
Amnesty International 89
AMPRONAC, see Association of Women Against the National Problem
Ansari, Houshang 36
Anvari, Ayatollah 142
Aquino, Agapito 229, 265, 270
Aquino, Benigno 47, 267; mobilizing effects of assassination 28, 123, 262–263
Aquino, Corazon 158, 271; background 5; coalition building 272; presidential candidate 272
Arauz, Amada Pineda de 180, 252
Argüello, Dr Virgilio 107
Armacost, Senator 92
armed forces, see military
Arsanjani, Hassan 33
Asia Research Organization 46
Association of Businessmen for Aquino 230
Association of Secondary Students 113
Association of Women Against the National Problem 252
ATOM, see August Twenty-One Movement
August Twenty-One Movement 265
Authentic Conservative Party 253
Balweg, Father Conrado 155
BANAMERICA, see Bank of America
BANIC, see Nicaraguan Bank
Bank of America 71, 217
Battle of Mendiola 119
Bayan 272; formation of 268, membership 268
bazaar, importance of in Iranian revolution 202
bazaaris 30, 168, 170, 201; coalition building 216; depoliticization 207; divisions 207; dominance of Iranian trade 201–202; economic difficulties 204, 205–207; government reforms 211; ideology 202–203; independence of 201; Islamic movement 213–214; rejection of fundamentalism 214–215; mobilization of 203, 207, 209–210, 211; political activism 203, 204, 207–208, 212–213; political demands 212–213; relations with state 215; repression 208–209, 211–212; repression under Islamic government 215; role in revolution 201; strikes 210, 211–12; and students 209; support for Khomeini 208, 209, 211, 214; support for Mosaddegh 31, 203–204; support for National Front 204; support for other protest groups 211
Bazargan, Mehdi 97–98, 102–103, 245
Beheshti, Ayatollah 142
Benedicto, Roberto 228
Borge, Tomás 113, 259
Boroujerdi, Ayatollah 31, 203
Bosworth, Ambassador Stephen 92, 269–270
Bravo, Archbishop Miguel Obando y 147–148, 149, 151, 152, 261
Broad Opposition Front 152, 153, 217, 222, 253; mobilizes strike action

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