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Detail from book cover Islamism: What It Means for the Middle East and the World Tarek Osman, Lisa Anderson Until the mid-19th century, Islam was the sole basis of both political legitimacy and social identity across the Middle East. Today, Islamists believe Islam should continue to be the region's primary identity. In opposition are nationalists and secularists who view Islamism as a serious threat. What will be the outcome?

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