Turkey Today: A Nation Divided over Islam's Revival

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • A Brief Guide To Turkish Pronunciation xv
  • 1 - Between Two Worlds 1
  • 2 - Whatever Happened To Atatürk's Revolution? 11
  • 3 - Welfare's Society 23
  • 5 - On the Dark Side 47
  • 6 - A Glance Backward 55
  • 7 - The Kurdization Of Turkey 75
  • 8 - Silent Minorities 89
  • 9 - The Headscarf War 102
  • 10 - Marriage Of Inconvenience 114
  • 11 - Secularists Stand Up 124
  • 12 - The Military Moves 134
  • 13 - Another View Of the World 148
  • 14- Anatolian Lions 164
  • 15 - The Islamic Agenda 179
  • 16 - Alla Turka 195
  • 17 - Shadow Politics 211
  • 18- Bridges 225
  • 19 - Conclusion: What Next? 243
  • Epilogue: Quake 264
  • Notes 285
  • Selected Bibliography 297
  • Index 301
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