THE ARAB FASCISTS: A STUDY OF THREE IDEOLOGICAL VARIANTS OF ARAB NATIONALISM 公开

Smith, Thomas (2011)

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THE ARAB FASCISTS: A STUDY OF THREE IDEOLOGICAL VARIANTS OF ARAB NATIONALISM
By Thomas Jack Smith, Jr,

This thesis examines three ideological Arab Nationalist movements that developed in the interwar period, and attempts to prove that Fascist influences existed in interwar Arab Nationalist thought. The three main movements examined are the Young Egypt movement, the Syrian Ba'th Party, and the Lebanese Kataeb Party. This thesis examines ideological treatises and other works by the founders and other important members of these movements, specifically Fi Sabil al-Ba'th by Michel Aflaq, Sirat Hayyati by Abd al-Rahman Badawi, and Connaisance Des Kataeb by Pierre Gemayel. This thesis establishes a working definition of generic Fascism and applies it to the three movements in question to determine if there were Fascist influences present in their ideologies.

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Introduction...1
I: The Young Egypt Movement and Abd al-Rahman Badawi, the Ideological Fascist...20
II: The Syrian Ba'th Party and Michel Aflaq, the Fascist Economist...45
III: The Lebanese Kataeb and Pierre Gemayel, the Mimetic Fascist...70
Conclusion...91
Bibliography...97

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