War, Institutions, and Social Change in the Middle East

  Acknowledgments

 expand section1. War, Institutions, and Social Change in the Middle East

 collapse section1. War, State, and Markets in the Middle East
 expand section2. Guns, Gold, and Grain
 expand section3. The Climax and Crisis of the Colonial Welfare State in Syria and Lebanon during World War II
 expand section4. War, Keynesianism, and Colonialism

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 expand section5. Si Vis Stabilitatem, Para Bellum
 expand section6. Changing Boundaries and Social Crisis
 expand section7. War as Leveler, War as Midwife
 expand section8. War in the Social Memory of Egyptian Peasants
 expand section9. War as a Vehicle for the Rise and Demise of a State-Controlled Society
 expand section10. The Political Economy of Civil War in Lebanon

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 11. The Cumulative Impact of Middle Eastern Wars

  Selected Bibliography
  Contributors

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