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Title:Islam, democracy, and the State in North Africa
Editor:Entelis, John P.ISNI
Series:Indiana series in Arab and Islamic studies
City of publisher:Bloomington, IN
Publisher:Indiana University Press
ISBN:0253333032; 025321131X
Geographic terms:Northern Africa
Northeast Africa
Church and State
Abstract:The nine chapters in this book analyse the interaction of Islam, democracy and the State in North Africa from the competing but also complementary perspectives of political culture and political economy. Contents: Introduction, by John P. Entelis - Sultans, saints, and presidents: the Islamic community and the State in North Africa, by John O. Voll - Muslim politics: the prospects for democracy in North Africa and the Middle East, by Dale F. Eickelman - Political Islam in the Maghreb: the nonviolent dimension, by John P. Entelis - The politics of human rights in the Maghreb, by Susan Waltz - The origins of popular support for Islamist movements: a political economy analysis, by Mark Tessler - Prospects for liberalism in North Africa: identities and interests in preindustrial welfare States, by Lisa Anderson - From social contracts to extraction contracts: the political economy of authoritarianism and democracy, by John Waterbury - Crises of money and power: transitions to democracy? by Clement M. Henry - The international politics of democracy in North Africa, by I. William Zartman.