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the foundation of political philosophy in Iran-constitutional period

The foundation of political philosophy in Iran-constitutional period

 

Iranian Contemporary History No. 60

 

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  The Memoirs of a Journalist 

The Memoirs of a Journalist

 

(The Developments of the Recent Half Century of Iran’s contemporary history in AboulHassan Amidi Nouri’s outlook), volume 2

 

Edited by: Mokhtar Hadid, Jalal Farahmand

Date of Publication: first print, 2005

Print run: 1500 Copies

Number of Pages: 541

Price: 4500 Tumans

 

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Still in the boots and cloak of Reza Shah, MohammadReza Shah entered the political scene of the country with a smiling face and freedom claims exclusively. Still he depends on the huge budget of the state, its military and political potential. As an acrobat, he was concerned about his foreign policy and as Hatam Tai; he would spend the state budget and his personal wealth to save his status. He would show extreme ruthlessness towards his opponents like Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar...”




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