Kemalism: A Revolutionary Ideology and its Islamist Opposition

@inproceedings{Merryman2013KemalismAR,
  title={Kemalism: A Revolutionary Ideology and its Islamist Opposition},
  author={Juliann Merryman},
  year={2013}
}
“Kemalism: A Revolutionary Ideology and its Islamist Opposition” seeks to define the Kemalist reform period as a revolutionary movement. During the 1920s and 1930s, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his authoritarian government undertook a series of sweeping social and political reforms. This paper seeks to establish these reforms and the underlying Kemalist ideology as a revolutionary ideology. Using a functionalist perspective, the essay illustrates the various crises that faced the Ottoman Empire in… CONTINUE READING

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