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by John Foran
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    John Foran
  • ISBN:
    0521620090
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    978-0521620093
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    Cambridge University Press (December 19, 2005)
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    410 pages
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Taking Power Taking Power analyzes the causes behind some three dozen revolutions .

Taking Power Taking Power analyzes the causes behind some three dozen revolutions in the Third World between 1910 and the present .

Scholars - and perhaps revolutionaries - will be debating his ideas for years to come. Jeff Goodwin, Professor of Sociology, New York University.

The book is divided into chapters that treat particular sets of revolutions including the great social revolutions of Mexico (1910), China (1949), Cuba (1959), Iran (1979)and Nica Analyzing the causes behind thirty six revolutions in the Third World between 1910 and the present, this text attempts to explain why so few revolutions have succeeded, while so.

His books include the multiple award-winning Taking Power: On the Origins of Revolutions in the Third World (Cambridge, 2005) .

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He has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and is a professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Analyzing the causes behind thirty six revolutions in the Third World between 1910 and the present, this text attempts to explain why so few revolutions have succeeded, while so many have failed. The book is divided into chapters that treat particular sets of revolutions including the great social revolutions of Mexico (1910), China (1949), Cuba (1959), Iran (1979)and Nicaragua (1979), the anticolonial revolutions in Algeria, Vietnam, Angola, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe from the 1940s to the 1970s, and the failed revolutionary attempts in El Salvador

Revolutionary Success: 2. The great social revolutions 3. The closest .

Revolutionary Success: 2. The closest cousins: the great anti-colonial revolutions Part III. Revolutionary Failure: 4. The greatest tragedies: reversed revolutions 5. The great contrasts: attempts, political revolutions, and non-attempts Part IV. Conclusions: 6. The past and future of revolutions. oceedings{Foran2005TakingPO, title {Taking Power: On the Origins of Third World Revolutions}, author {John Foran}, year {2005} }. John Foran. Introduction Part I. Perspectives: 1. Theorizing revolutions Part II. Revolutionary Success: 2.

Citation: El-Banna, . Revolutions. Cairo University, 2013. Political and social violence. In partial fulfilment of a PhD degree in political science.

Analyzing the causes behind thirty six revolutions in the Third World between 1910 and the present, this text attempts to explain why so few revolutions have succeeded, while so many have failed. The book is divided into chapters that treat particular sets of revolutions including the great social revolutions of Mexico (1910), China (1949), Cuba (1959), Iran (1979)and Nicaragua (1979), the anticolonial revolutions in Algeria, Vietnam, Angola, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe from the 1940s to the 1970s, and the failed revolutionary attempts in El Salvador, Peru, and elsewhere.