Corporations and the Cold War by David Horowitz

By David Horowitz

"...a interesting account of the level of company domination of Federal and semiofficial coverage commissions and advisory bodies." -- The mum or dad

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Its members, who included Transjordanians as well as Syrians, Iraqis, and Palestinians, pledged that their task would be to realize the demands put forth in the National Charter. The ECNC continued to exist until 1934. It published a newspaper (Al-Mithaq), which was suppressed soon after, while its leaders, including Subhi Abu Ghanimah and ÛAdil Al-ÛAzmah, were in the forefront of opposing the Mandatory government and the amir on a number of issues including land sales to Zionists. Under their tutelage, three more congresses were convened (in May 1929, March 1932, and June 1933).

The opposition persisted and sent more delegations to speak with the British High Commissioner. They objected to the election law and to the new dictatorial laws that limited people’s freedoms. When they did not receive any concessions, the People’s Party and their supporters boycotted the elections of 1929 and convened the Second National Congress in March 1929. This time, they forwarded their demands to the League of Nations instead of to the British. Around the same time, fissures within the party were becoming obvious as some of its members decided to run for the boycotted elections.

A national is someone who is identified by nationalist discourse, and its corollary, nationality law, as a “national” in a monological operation of interpellation. In this operation of interpellation, the national is the object of nationalist discourse and the subject of the law. The nationalist agent, however, is someone who identifies as, and who is identified by nationalist discourse as, part of the nation, and one whom nationalist discourse considers to be a possessor of the aforementioned abilities and will based on criteria set by nationalist discourse.

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