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Mohammad Mossadegh and the Future of Iran

تجربه مصدق در چشم انداز آیندۀ ایران
Hooshang Keshavarz & Hamid Akbari, editors
ISBN: 978-1-58814-026-5
Format: Hardcover
Trim: 6 x 9 inches
Publication Date: 06/01/2005
Pages: 432
Language: Persian
15 photographs
$60.00
 
   
 

DESCRIPTION

Mossadegh and the Future of Iran is a collection of articles from a Conference with the same name, which was held in May 3-6, 2001, in commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh’s Government (1951-1953) in Iran, at Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Foreword, by Houshang Keshavarz Sadr, Former Social Science Researcher at Tehran University, Paris, France
  • Mossadegh’s Premiership: Possibilities and Constraints, by Fakherddin Azimi, University of Connecticut, Storrs
  • Mossadegh: Alive and Observant, by Ali Asghar Haj Seyed Javadi, Writer and Journalist, Paris, France
  • Mossadegh, Oil Crisis and the Price of Independence, by Cyrus Bina, University of Minnesota, Morris
  • Mossadegh and Iran’s Democratic Movement, by Mansur Farhang, Bently College, Vermont
  • 1953 Coup in Iran, by Ervand Abrahamian, City University of New York, New York
  • The British Confrontation with Mossadegh Government, by Fakherddin Azimi, University of Connecticut, Storrs
  • National (Melli) Movement and Religious Forces, Ali Rahnama, American University of Paris, and Sharhram Ghanbari, Social Science Researcher, Paris
  • Parliamentary Bills of the Mossadegh Government and their Social Bases and Ideals, by Ali Shahandeh, Legal Scholar, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Legal Interpretation of Referendum, Dissolution of Parliament and Emergency Powers Under Mossadegh’s Permiership, by Iraj Pezeshkzad, Writer, Paris, France
  • Human Rights and the Mossadegh Government, by Abdolkarim Lahiji, Human Rights Lawyer and Legal Scholar, Paris, France
  • Upshot of Student Movement of July 1979 and its Future Prospects, by Mehrdad Darvishpour, Professor, Stockholm, Sweden
  • A Reflection on Iran’s Student Movement in 1960-62, by Hamid Zolnoor, Former Member of Student Movement, Paris, France
  • Learning about Micro Organizing from Mossadegh’s Experience and its Application for Iran, by Hamid Akbari, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago
  • What is to be Learned from Mossadegh’s Experience for the Future, by Behrouz Moazami, New School University, New York
  • Mossadegh and Constitutionalism, by Houshang Keshavarz Sadr, Former Social Science Researcher at Tehran University, Paris, France
 
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