The Vangaurd of the Islamic Revolution

  Note to the Reader
  Acronyms and Abbreviations

 collapse section1. History and Development
 collapse section1. The Quest for a Holy Community
 Mawdudi’s Ideology
 The Origins of the Jama‘at-i Islami, 1932–1938
 The Emergence of the Jama‘at-i Islami, 1938–1941
 The Early Years, 1941–1947
 collapse section2. From Holy Community to Political Party
 The Punjab Elections of 1951
 The Machchi Goth Affair, 1955–1957
 Schism and Purge after 1957

 collapse section2. Structure and Social Base
 collapse section3. Organization
 collapse sectionParty Structure
 The Office of the Amir
 The Deputy Amir
 The Shura’s
 The Secretary-General and Secretariat
 Affiliate Organizations
 collapse sectionIslami Jami‘at-i Tulabah
 Origins and Early Development
 Organizational Structure
 Between Universalism and National Identity
 collapse section4. Social Base
 collapse sectionFinding a Social Base
 The Muhajirs
 Changes in Constituency after the Elections of 1970
 The Debate Over Opening The Party

 collapse section3. Politics
 collapse section5. Prelude to Pakistan, 1941–1947
 collapse sectionRelations with the Pakistan Movement
 The Two-Nation Theory
 Competition with the Muslim League
 collapse section6. Entering the Political Process, 1947–1958
 The Anti-Ahmadi Controversy, 1952–1954
 The Constitution of 1956
 collapse section7. The Secular State, 1958–1971
 Efforts to Eliminate the Jama‘at, 1958–1965
 The End of Ayub Khan’s Rule
 The Regime of Yahya Khan, 1969–1971
 The Elections of 1970 and Their Aftermath
 collapse section8. The Bhutto Years, 1971–1977
 The Formation of the Opposition
 The Pakistan National Alliance and the Nizam-i Mustafa Movement
 collapse section9. Accommodation and Opposition, 1977–1988
 The Zia Regime
 The Ruling Islamic Alliance
 The Elections of 1985
 The Loss of Muhajir Support
 The Reorientation of the Jama‘at
 collapse section10. The Rebirth of Democracy, 1988–1993
 The People’s Party Government
 The Elections of 1990 and the IJI Government
 collapse section11. Islamic Revivalism in the Political Process

 collapse sectionBibliography
 Primary Source Collections
 Magazines, Newspapers, and Urdu Journals
 Urdu and Persian Sources
 Primary English Sources
 Secondary English Sources

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