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salehabadi E. Imbalance in the Policy of Repression and Compromise and the Collapse of the Shah's Regime Repression Apparatus. MJSS. 2015; 7 (2) :115-147
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-4112-en.html
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Payam-e- Nour University, Esfaraien, North Khorasan, Iran
Abstract:   (7817 Views)
The Islamic Revolution of Iran triumphed in 1978. Several groups were able to take the rule. The Imperial Army was one of the groups that dominated the tense situation at that time. But what happened, It declared its neutrality in the conflict of the revolution. Due  to inconsistency in the policy of repression and compromise the king's army was defeated. According to the author, the composition of policies dealing with the revolutionaries led to the collapse of the repressive apparatus. Inconsistency in repression and compromise strategy was an essential factor in the regime's repressive apparatus disability. On the one hand, This strategy led to the freedom of political prisoners. Then the regime could not arrest the opponents. On the other hand, the compromise of the regime led to the arrest of suppressive forces and dissolution of SAVAK. Finally, such policies led to the difference between military commanders to control and suppress the revolutionaries, and loss of balance of forces.  
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