Class Structure and the Role of the Military in Greece: An Interpretation
If the issue of the political organisation of the peasantry is crucial for understanding Greek society, so is the problem of the military and the role they played in the development/underdevelopment of modern Greece.
KeywordsClass Structure Military Intervention Mass Mobilisation Military Dictatorship Capitalist Mode
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