Manufacturing ancient hatreds

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  • Published 20050301
  • ISBN: 9780733315480
  • Extent: 268 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

“Can the West, which takes its great invention, democracy, more seriously than the Word of God, come out against this coup that has brought an end to democracy?…Can the West endure any democracy achieved by enemies who in no way resemble them?”

– Orhan Pamuk, Snow, 2004

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