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By John P. Entelis
After over a century of extensive colonial rule and approximately 8 years of progressive struggle, Algeria emerged in a kingdom of overall fiscal decrepitude and political backwardness. but within the 20 years following independence in 1962 the rustic completed a striking measure of political balance and monetary progress. This publication, first released in 1986, lines the form of Algeria’s innovative adventure via an research of the country’s tradition, heritage, economic system, politics, and overseas coverage.
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Algeria: The Revolution Institutionalized: Volume 1 (Routledge Library Editions: North Africa) by John P. Entelis