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The Young Turks and the Boycott Movement: Nationalism, Protest and the Working Classes in the Formation of Modern Turkey

The Young Turks and the Boycott Movement of Y. Doğan Çetinkaya represents valuable insight into three boycott movements that took place during the Second constitutional period. The author places them in the mass politics context, which started with the CUP period when society, unlike previous periods, became more actively involved in politics.

 

The Young Turks and the Boycott Movement of Y. Doğan Çetinkaya represents valuable insight into three boycott movements that took place during the Second constitutional period. The author places them in the mass politics context, which started with the CUP period when society, unlike previous periods, became more actively involved in politics. One of the consequences of this involvement were the three boycott movements: the first in 1908 as the result of Austria-Hungarian annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the second during 1910-11 following the outburst of the Cretan question, and the third in 1913-14 again as the outcome of the circumstances immediately following the Balkan Wars. All of these boycott movements were separately discussed in the book’s chapters. 

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