The Consent of the Governed: Resources
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University Press, 2002.
See also other volumes in the Very Short Introduction series.
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Leviathan. New York:
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Locke, John. Two Treatises of Government. See also
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Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. The
Amandla!: A Revolution
in Four-Part Harmony. Directed by Lee Hirsch. ATO Pictures, 2002.
Democracy in South Africa (IDASA). >http://www.idasa.org.za.
Lodge, Tom. Black Politics in South Africa Since 1945. London: Longman Group
———. Mandela: A Critical Life.New York:
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by Gavin Hood. UK Film & TV Production Company, 2005.
Alma. "The New Bolivia" (a two-part article). New York Review of Books, August 10 and
September 21, 2006.
Mayorga, Rene Antonio. "Bolivia's Silent Revolution." Journal of Democracy 8, no. 1 (January
1997). See also other links to Rene Antonio Mayorga.
"Letter from Evin Prison." New York Review of Books, September 22, 2005.
by Mohsen Makhmalbaf. Makhmalbaf Film House, 1986.
Children of Heaven. Directed by Majid
Majidi. Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young
The Color of Paradise.
Directed by Majid Majidi. Varahonar Company, 1999.
Federal Research Division. Country Profile: IRan.
Washington, DC: Library of Congress, May 2008. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/profiles/Iran.pdf.
Gozaar, a journal on democracy and human rights in Iran, published
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Nafisi, Azar. Reading
Lolita in Tehran.
Random House, 2003.
"new wave" Iranian film school uses contemporary material and life as allegory
to examine key issues. In Boycott,
the subject is prerevolutionary Iran.
Examine how Makhmalbaf's and Majidi's films can be seen as commentary not just
on their immediate subjects but also on the current situation in Iran.