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  • proper noun Kemalist ideology

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  • The principles of Atatürk's reforms are often referred to as Kemalism and continue to form the political foundation of the modern Turkish state.

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  • Atatürk's reforms are often referred to as Kemalism and continue to form the political foundation of the modern Turkish state.

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  • Atatürk's reforms are often referred to as Kemalism and continue to form the political foundation of the modern Turkish state.

    WN.com - Articles related to After Chinese Re-education, Monks Regret Uprising

  • The principles of Atatürk's reforms are often referred to as Kemalism and continue to form the political foundation of the modern Turkish state.

    WN.com - Articles related to Watering Pakistan's Nascent Democracy

  • It preaches and practices Turkish supremacy called Kemalism, the Turkish form of fascism.

    Turkish fascism in action and the "international community"

  • Kemal did proclaim himself “father of the Turks,” but it was only in death, as his successors developed the idea of Kemalism as their continuing mandate, that Mustafa Kemal was proclaimed Ebedi Sef, “the Eternal Leader.”

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  • Kemal did proclaim himself “father of the Turks,” but it was only in death, as his successors developed the idea of Kemalism as their continuing mandate, that Mustafa Kemal was proclaimed Ebedi Sef, “the Eternal Leader.”

    The J Curve

  • Kemal did proclaim himself “father of the Turks,” but it was only in death, as his successors developed the idea of Kemalism as their continuing mandate, that Mustafa Kemal was proclaimed Ebedi Sef, “the Eternal Leader.”

    The J Curve

  • Kemal did proclaim himself “father of the Turks,” but it was only in death, as his successors developed the idea of Kemalism as their continuing mandate, that Mustafa Kemal was proclaimed Ebedi Sef, “the Eternal Leader.”

    The J Curve

  • This ideology, as we all know, is Kemalism, which is inferred from the policies of Mustafa Kemal, modern Turkey's founder.

    Hurriyet Dailynews

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