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Title:The changing character of moroccan reformism, 1921-1954
Author:Halstead, J.P.
Year:1964
Periodical:The Journal of African History
Volume:5
Issue:5
Pages:435-447
Language:English
Geographic term:Morocco
Subjects:Islamic movements
nationalism
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/179977
Abstract:Moroccan nationalism began as a religious or cultural reformist movement based on Salafiya, a form of religious fundamentalism which arose in late 19th-century Egypt. The Moroccan movement was first expressed in the 1920's by the foundation of the Wfree schools' and the formation of secret discussion societies. By 1954, it was transformed by events and hard experience into an essentially political and social reform movement which. while not yet a mass party, had become WnationalW to the extent that it could demonstrate the support of important segments of Moroccan society and which had created a skeletal structure which the post-war movement would flesh out. Reference notes.
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