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Part I. The Iranian state and religion -- Tribal fighters become shahs -- Apprehensive modernization and the birth of Iranian intellectualism -- Unhappy merchants and the revolution for law -- Shi'ism and key institutions of leadership -- Shi'ite Iran and the state -- Part II. Khurasani and constitutionalism -- Akhund Khurasani: his life and works -- An Islamic jurist's thought, politics, and practice -- Religious justification and Khurasani's perception of constitutionalism -- Ijtihad and politics -- Part III. A house divided -- Shaykh Fazlullah vs. Akhund Khurasani -- Fundamental differences between Nuri and Khurasani.
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