Nationalism in Asia and Africa

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Elie Kedourie
Psychology Press, 1971 - History - 573 pages
Published in the year 1974, Nationalism in Asia and Africa is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle Eastern Studies.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Report on the Present State of Civilization in Greece ADAMANTIOS KORAES
153
Three Currents of Thought ZIYA GÖKALP
189
The Restoration of Turkish History TEKIN ALP
207
The Study of Indian History SURENDRANATH BANERJEA
225
The Idea of Pakistan CHOUDHARY RAHMAT ALI
245
The Negro in Ancient History EDWARD W BLYDEN
250
The Contribution of EthiopiaNubia and of Egypt to Civilization CHEIKH ANTA DIOP
275
Hinduism and Indian Nationalism
338
The Moral Poverty of India and Native Thoughts
353
The PanAfrican Movement
372
The Circle
388
From the Autobiography
398
The Mau Mau Oath
462
A Messianic Creed from the Congo
472
Concerning Violence FRANTZ FANON
488

The Resurrection of the Negro MARCUS GARVEY
283
Arabism NICHOLAS ZIADEH
294
The Principle of Nationalism SUN YATSEN
304
The National Entity of Japan and the Japanese
318
Islam and Nationalism SHAKIB ARSLAN
331
Theses of the Second Congress of
540
Nationalism Outside Europe JOSEPH STALIN
552
Social Revolution and the East SULTAN GALIEV 562
562
Index to the Introduction
571
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