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Islamic Fundamentalisms and the Gulf Crisis

This volume draws upon the research of The Fundamentalism Project to present working papers on the size, goals, and organizational structure of the Islamic movements; their various responses to the Gulf Crisis; the institutional and political channels through which they pursued change; and the postwar situation of these movements.

286 pages | 6 x 9 | © 1991

Political Science: Comparative Politics

Religion: Islam

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