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The Dynamics of Charismatic Authority Traditional Authority Rational-Legal Authority Crisis Charismatic Authority Routinization of Charisma Routinization of Charisma
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Ethnic Groups in Afghanistan
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Timeline for Afghanistan 1919 First constitution established 1925 Civil legal code introduced alongside traditional Sharia law 1933 King Zahir Shah comes to power 1973 Zahir Shah is deposed by Mohammed Daud Khan 1978 Marxist sympathizers in army overthrow Daud Khan 1979 Soviet Union invades Afghanistan 1989 Soviet Union withdraws from Afghanistan 1992 Communist regime under President Najibullah is overthrown Internal civil war begins almost immediately 1994 Taliban emerge during the winter 1996 Taliban capture Kabul Mullah Omar displays cloak of the prophet
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Charismatic Authority and Radical Islam “The greatest weakness of the Ikhwan model [i.e., the Ikhwan ul Muslimeen or Muslim Brotherhood] of political Islam is its
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Cornwell during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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