INDEX

a
Abed, Yamina 147
abortion issue 150 , 160 -1
Afghanistan:
effects of war 94 ;
external aid to revolutionaries 26 ;
family reform 157 ;
Mujahideen 159 ;
postrevolutionary regime 207 ;
Saur Revolution 158 , 159 ;
women's role 142 (Figure 6.1), 152 , 158 -9
agency 3 ;
and culture 4 , 125 -32
agriculture, population pressure on 109 ,
see also peasant
Ahmad, Aijaz 205
aid:
foreign 25 -6;
policies 115 -19
Akrour, Djoher 147
Algeria:
anti-colonial revolution 232 (Table 9.1), 237 -9 (Table 9.3), 259 ;
attempted revolution (1990s) 261 ;
causes of revolution (1954-62) 227 ;
external aid to revolutionaries 26 ;
FLN 147 , 148 , 237 , 239 ;
ideological mobilization 113 ;
Islam 146 -7;
Islamic fundamentalism 114 ;
National Assembly 147 ;
population growth rate 105 -6 (Figure 4.1);
Revolution 147 -8;
UNFA 147 -8;
women's role 5 , 137 , 142 (Figure 6.1), 146 -8
Allende, Salvador 227 , 241 , 243
Almeida, Juan 189
Althusser, Louis 66 n.9, 206
Amar, André 145
Amaru, Túpac 125 , 128 , 174 -5
American Civil War 181
American College for Girls, Turkey 154 -5
American Revolutionary War 90 , 176
Anderson, Perry 15
Angola:
anti-colonial revolution 232 (Table 9.1), 238 (Table 9.3), 239 -40, 259 ;
causes of revolution 227 ;
Paige's study 52 ;
postrevolutionary regime 207
Apaches 182 -3
Applewhite, Harriet 146
Aquino, Benigno 254
Aquino, Corazon 117 , 250 , 254
Aranda, General Albino 183
Arbenz, Jacobo 227 , 243
Archer, Margaret 23 , 123
ARENA Party 215
Arevalo, Juan José 227 , 243
Argentina:
no attempt at revolution 233 (Table 9.1), 256 , 257 -8;
social transformation 227
Aristide, Jean-Bertrand 118 , 252
Armand, Inessa 153
army see military
Army Council 61
Ash, Timothy Garton 212
Atatürk, Kemal 154 -6
associational networks 24 , 25
Aztecs 171

b
Ba'athist regimes 113
Balkans:
'revolutionary situations' 55 ;
wars 156
Barquín, Colonel Ramón 28
Batista, Fulgencio 20 , 27 -8, 59 , 188 , 192 , 231
Bayo, Alberto 127
Bazargan, Mehdi 210 -11
Belgium, colonial influence 111
Ben Bouali, Hassiba 147
Benford, Robert 26

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures and Tables vii
  • Agknowledgements x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - State-Centered Approaches to Social Revolutions 11
  • 2 - Structural Theories of Revolution 38
  • 3 - Agents of Revolution 73
  • 4 - Population Growth and Revolutionary Crises 102
  • 5 - Revolution in the Real World 123
  • 6 - Gender and Revolutions 137
  • 7 - Race and the Process of the American Revolutions 168
  • 8 - Discourses and Social Forces 203
  • 9 - The Comparative-Historical Sociology of Third World Social Revolutions 227
  • Bibliography 268
  • Index 289
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