Rachid Tlemcani teaches political science at the University of Algiers. His book, State and Revolution in Algeria, was published by Westview Press in 1987.
Articles by this Author
Until October 1988, the most severe challenge to Algerian President Chadli Benjedid’s perestroika came not in industrial plants or in party forums. Instead, it came in the form of street protests by masses of disaffected, unemployed and...
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Mahfoud Bennoune, The Making of Contemporary Algeria, 1830-1987 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988.)
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