By Thalia Dragonas, Faruk Birtek
Citizenship and the kingdom country in Greece and Turkey brings jointly papers on a transdisciplinary discussion on state formation in Greece and Turkey as successor states of the Ottoman Empire, and on facets of civil society within the countries.The quantity is split into elements: 'Empire and geographical region' and 'Nation and Civil Society' and covers concerns resembling Turkish and Greek nationalism, the formation of the Greek kingdom, the effect of the Greek warfare of Independence in remodeling the Ottoman Empire, civil society in Greece through the post-World conflict II interval, the idea that of citizenship so far as the rights of ladies are involved in Greece and in Turkey, and the construction and replica of kingdom within the academic discourse.
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Despite the constitutional principles regarding taxation, which were determined by the revolution and are considered the foundation of the taxation policy of the Greek state, it is difficult to consider the very taxation logic which was adhered to as different from that of the Ottomans. The goal of collecting revenue which would support state power and 32 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Citizenship and the nation-state in Greece and Turkey policy is expressed through improvements in the collection of taxes and not in an increase in the taxation capacity of the population through an increase in incomes.
H k⑂d ‡C ␥‡k␥⑂d ␣ k␥c␣’ [The Historical Evolution of our Agricultural Taxation], Ak‡c O⑂⑂b ⑂␣ K⑂b Eb [Archives of Economic and Social Sciences], 11 (1931), p. 370. As I hope will become clear as we go on, there is a clear break in the behaviour of the state during the nineteenth century and, contrary to the viewpoint of Tsoukalas, K⑂d ␣f ⑂␣ ⑂kf, p. 43, the articulation of a rudimentary periodization is possible. , ‘Bringing the State Back In: Strategies of Analysis in Current Research’, in P.
31 The impressive cohesion and rapid formation of the modern Greek state may have had as a cost fiscal weakness and a stunted economy. However, they had the benefit, incomparably more important in the eyes of the state administrators and in the logic of the formation of the state, of the creation of a state apparatus which with very limited means succeeded in absorbing local political elites and peasant populations, eterochthones and aftochthones (foreigners and natives) and in promoting itself as the only factor of legitimacy of political life.