People Reloaded The Green Movement and the Struggle for Iran's Future

ISBN-10: 1935554387

ISBN-13: 9781935554387

Edition: 2011

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Description: Since 2009, the Islamic Republic of Iran has seen the most dramatic political upheaval in three decades of rule. The Green Movement has been described as an Iranian Intifada, a great emancipatory event, and an extraordinary, social revolution. This book explores the debates which have emerged from this social movement.

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List price: $21.50
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Melville House Publishing
Publication date: 1/25/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 0.924
Language: English

Introduction
Democracy is in the Streets: The Birth of a Movement
Why are the Iranians Dreaming Again?
Cultural Jiu-Jitsu and the Iranian Greens
The Gandhian Moment
Iran's Green Movement as a Civil Rights Movement
A Specter is Haunting Iran-The Specter of Mossadeq
Slaps in the Face of Reason: Tehran, June 2009
Feminist Waves in the Iranian Green Tsunami?
A Wave for Life and Liberty: The Green Movement and Iran's Incomplete Revolution
Iran's Tide of History: Counter-Revolution and After
"I Am Not a Speck of Dirt, I Am a Retired Teacher"
Berlusconi in Tehran
Counter-Revolution and Revolt in Iran: An Interview with Iranian Political Scientist Hossein Bashiriyeh
Beyond "Where is My Vote?"-A Green Vision Takes Shape
The Key Features of the Green Movement: An Interview with Dissident Cleric Mohsen Kadivar
The Green Path of Hope
The People Reloaded
The Hinge of History
"Multiplied, Not Humiliated": Broken Taboos in Post-Election Iran
Ayatollah Montazeri's Brave Struggle for Justice
Delegitimizing the Islamic Republic of Iran with a Fatwa: The Significance of Ayatollah Montazeri's Post-Election Legal Ruling of July 2009
The Decade's First Revolution? The Phenomenon of the Green Ganglion
An Opposition Manifesto Emerges: Statement by Five Religious Intellectuals
From Birmingham to Tehran: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Green Movement
A Movement Centuries in the Making
Turning Point: Where is the Green Movement Headed?
The Goals of Iran's Green Movement: An Interview with Abdolkarim Soroush
Against the Status Quo: An Interview with Iranian Trade Unionist Homayoun Pourzad
This Magic Green Bracelet
The Struggle for Iran's Soul
Iran's Revolutionary Echoes and the Forward March of History
Confronting Setbacks, Rethinking Strategy
The Regime's Pyrrhic Victory
The Political Evolution of Mousavi
Iran's Coming of Age
A Winning Strategy: Principles for Effective Civil Disobedience in Iran
"If a Nation Wants to Change Its Destiny...": Zahra Rahnavard on Women's Rights and the Green Movement
"The Real Revolution is That People are Entering the Society as Agents": An Interview with Iranian Dissident Akbar Ganji
Laying Low but Not Gone: Iran's Green Movement and the Gray Strategy of Patience
Steps Ahead on May Day: Signs of Promise as Green-Labor Unity Builds
Iran's Greens and the American Civil Rights Movement: An Interview with Cornel West
The Harsher the Repression, the Stronger the Movement Grows
A Luta Continua: The Green Movement's Second Year and the Struggle for Iran's Future
A Raging Fire Under a Heap of Ash: The Green Movement at One Year
A Marathon, Not a Sprint: The Power of the "Gradual"
The Green Movement is Alive and Well
How Israel's Gaza Blockade and Washington's Sanctions Policy Hurt the Green Movement and Helped Keep Iran's Hardliners in Power
Iran in Darkness and Light
What the Green Movement Needs Now
The Green Movement Charter
Urban Myths Revisited: The 2009 Presidential Election
The Movement Has Gone Underground: An Interview with Former Political Prisoner Ahmad Batebi
The Rhythmic Beat of the Revolution in Iran
Their Black Imaginings: Letters from an Exiled Wife to Her Imprisoned Husband
Open Letter to Ayatollah Khamenei
Strategies of Hope: Edward Said, the Green Movement and the Struggle for Democracy in Iran
Iran's Green Movement: An Interview with Mehdi Karoubi
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