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Library Resource Finder: Table of Contents for: Atatürk, founder of a modern state

Ina law for the encouragement of industry was passed. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? The government couldn’t determine the customs duty to create a protectionist polotical policy. Their living conditions were not improved. They differed in this respect from the nascent bourgeoisie who were content to import European goods. Both the Unionists and the Kemalists worked and made policies in order ahmas achieve the goal of independence.

Ina law to nationalize the railways was passed. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.

Table of Contents for: Atatürk, founder of a modern state

In order to achieve the goal, they allocated some monopolies to some certain persons so as to accumulate the capital in their hands. They planned to construct 30 km of roads proper for motorized vehicles and km of railways by In this paper, I am going to write the story of the statism in Turkey from the early 20th-century to the eve of the WWII.


The results were not always positive. The statist policies were quite successful and its efficiency reflected in the economic growth rate. The Kemalists took some steps in the direction of creating an independent economy.

The country had to sustain its economy by using internal sources.

People supported the party unexpectedly. English View all editions and formats. In order to achieve this goal, the state planned to begin industrial projects in the underdeveloped areas of Anatolia to close the gap between northwestern Poolitical and other regions. The rulers had to change the policy that they applied, but the target remained same. They tried to create a national bourgeoisie to eliminate the non-Muslim bourgeoisie.

Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. They th the budget, they controlled production, monopolies, and they freoz the tariffs.

The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. They were quite lucky to do so, because the members of the army especially young officers who were educated in the modern military schools, were also dissident of the Hamidian government. Advanced Search Find a Library. They were members of a generation that had an opportunity of education as a result of 19th-century westernization reforms.

They worked secretly and they tried to infiltrate into the army which was their only hope for the revolutionary actions against the tranny. The E-mail Address es field is required. The economy became more and more protectionist. Betweenthe Unionists actively manipulated the policies of the empire according to their own political agenda.

A bill that obligated the state econommy buy goods from native manufacturers was declared. The performance that was done by the non-Muslim bourgeoisie, before the war, was much higher than what Muslim Turkish did. Because of that, a weak and disorganized economic structure was appropriate with their interest in the Ottoman economy. The Unionists attempted to alter the economy.

The population decreased, the economic activities decreased and the crimes, massacres, atrocities drastically increased during the war years.


Details Additional Physical Format: They tried to improve the conditions of transportation which were not proper for good circulation of goods in a capitalist economy.

The s was the gilded age of statist policies in the Turkish economy. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Finding libraries that hold this item The committee started reforms to reach this target, but the biggest obstacle was the capitulations which couldn’t be abolished without the sanction of the powers.

Kayseri and Malatya became leading economic cities in their region. This domination had to be broken by using state power in order to nationalize economy according to their agenda. Please poltiical that you are not a robot.

For the circulation of goods of native production, they needed an efficiently working transportation system.

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Liberal policies were not applicable to create an economic system krmalism the Kemalists desired. They were under the pressure of the government. The state was the main player of the economy.

In WWI period, they were able to abolish the capitulations and they imposed their own protectionist tariffs which gave a proper kemaliwm for the existing Muslim-Turkish bourgeoisie.

They accepted that they were in need of foreign capital for the construction of huge economic projects. The state supported them fdroz bought their harvest with a higher price.

Liberal Republican Party was closed, and Mustafa Kemal decided to go on a tour of the country to see the causes of the discontent of the citizens. Remember me on this computer. Liberal Republican Party of Fethi Okyar was on the stage of politics.