Authoritarian States: IB History Course Book: Oxford IB by Brian Gray, Mariam Habibi, Sanjay Perera, Roger Fortune

By Brian Gray, Mariam Habibi, Sanjay Perera, Roger Fortune

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42 The C old War was very quickly dividing up the world into two adversarial zones, with each side trying to extend the size of its zone . In the Middle E ast, the proposal to group a number of countries into the western camp came in 1 9 5 5 in the form of CENTO, the C entral Treaty Organization, also known as the B aghdad Pact. The proposal suggested a military alliance bringing together Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, and Iraq, with Great B ritain . The obj e ctive was to form a military bloc against the U S SR, but Nasser interpreted it as an attempt by the B ritish to isolate C airo .

5 piasters when, to keep them alive, a farmer needed 8 piasters per day for a donkey, 1 2 for a mule and 2 8 for a water buffalo. The second law (Law 1 2 7 ) , passed in 1 9 6 1 , reduced the ceiling to 1 00 feddans per family. In 1 9 6 3 foreign landowners had their land expropriated. Finally, in 1 969, a third law (Law 50) was passed where the ceiling was halved to 5 0 feddans per owner, while maintaining 1 00 feddans for a family. According to the figures provided by John Waterbury, which do not include 1 9 6 9 , the main beneficiaries of Nasser's reforms were the poorest fellahin .

Therefore there was a power shift in society. The 'rural middle class' came to replace the old feudal lords as the 'richest landlords ' . Those Fellahin that gained mostly from the government's agrarian reforms were the new rural middle class. Recognizing the new revolutionary state apparatus as their "benefactor", they b ecame the local overseers of the state in the countryside and in return the state was ready to turn a blind eye and allow them to b enefit from the reform s . The very poor continue d to b e dependent and exploited.

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