Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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pp. i-v

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A Note on Transliteration

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p. vi

Arabic transliteration has been kept simple in the text and only 'ayn and medial and terminal hamza have received diacritical marks. In addition, commonly accepted...

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Acknowledgments

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pp. vii-viii

I should like to express my appreciation to a number of people whose assistance has helped make this study possible. I am indebted to...

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Introduction

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pp. ix-xiv

This study seeks to explore an aspect of Arab nationalism which entailed the transition from Ottomanism to Arabism as exemplified in the life and thought of...

Contents

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pp. xv-xvi

Part I: The Life of Sati' Al-Husri, 1880-1968

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1. The Ottoman

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pp. 3-46

During the thirty years from the Congress of Berlin in 1878 to the Young Turk revolution of 1908 various efforts were made to preserve the Ottoman Empire from further...

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2. The Spokesman of Arab Nationalism, 1919-1968

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pp. 47-80

The immediate post-war years in the Arab Middle East were filled with disillusioned hopes, confused negotiations, and armed revolt. Sati' al-Husri quickly became involved...

Part II: The Arab Nationalist Thought of Sati' Al-Husri

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3. Defining the Nation

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pp. 83-127

As has been seen, the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in World War I resulted in the partition and occupation of its Arab provinces. Foreign mandates were imposed...

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4. Arabism First: The Call for Unity

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pp. 128-175

It has been suggested that the growth of pessimism, negativism, and cynicism was the principal characteristic of the Arab nationalist movement between the...

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5. Conclusion

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pp. 176-184

As this study has indicated, the attempts to reformulate old or to establish new bases on which personal loyalty and identity could focus constituted a prolonged and...

Selected Bibliography

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pp. 185-206

Index

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pp. 207-211