Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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Foucault and Khoemini

Janet Afary and Kevin B. Anderson write an academic piece (detailed and a bit sleepy) on the relationship between the Iranian Revolution in which the Ayatollah Khoemini came to power (twenty five years ago this February) and Michel Foucault. A couple of people sent me this, and it was mentioned by Andrew Sullivan

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hi, peter--foucault’s first name is pronounced "michelle," but it’s spelled "michel."--beth

Beth, Thanks. I fixed it.

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