Libya: Qadhafi's Revolution and the Modern State

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Westview Press, 1986 - 157 pages
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This is a well-written account of events in Libya since 1969, when Moammar Qadhafi became head of state. Requiring no previous knowledge of Islam or North Africa, it begins by sketching Libya's ... Read full review

Contents

The Land and the People
21
The Man and the Leader
43
Internal Political Dynamics
63
Copyright

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