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Table Of Contents
CHAPTER ONE: Defining Arab Nationalism 1 CHAPTER TWO: Early Stirrings: The Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries 14 CHAPTER THREE: Sati' al-Husri's Theory of Arab Nationalism 49 CHAPTER FOUR: Arab Nationalism and Competing Loyalties: From the 1920s to the Arab Revolt in Palestine 75 CHAPTER FIVE: The Path to Nationalist Ascent: From the Palestinian Revolt to the Egyptian Revolution 107 CHAPTER SIX: Consolidating Arab Nationalism: The Emergence of Arab Egypt 135 CHAPTER SEVEN: Arab Nationalism on the March,1955-1957 160 CHAPTER EIGHT: The Apex of Arab Nationalism: The United Arab Republic andthe Iraqi Revolution, January-September 1958 186 CHAPTER NINE: Arab Nationalism's Downward Slide,1958-1967 214 CHAPTER TEN: 1967 and After: The Twilight of Arab Nationalism 252 CHAPTER ELEVEN: The Demise of Arab Nationalism: A Postmortem 282 CHAPTER TWELVE Requiem for Arab Nationalism 314 Bibliography 333 Index 349
Adeed Dawisha is University Distinguished Professor at Miami University, Ohio.