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The freedom of the press cut both ways, and soon the Committee’s opposition resorted to it with equal force. The politicization of the Ottoman public after 1908 should be appraised as much by the growth and vibrancy of the press as by political activity, elections, and parliamentary proceedings. The press was that component of the expanding public sphere that proved hardest to keep in check. In the first months of the revolution, the absence of strong governmental authority gave free rein to journalistic activity.
Hanioğlu, Đttihad ve Terakki, 105–8. Abu Manneh, “Sayyadi,” 145–46. Abu Manneh, “Christians,” 299. Rıza refrained from a closer cooperation with Faris, possibly because he viewed the latter’s Parti Constitutionnel to be too Syria-centered to further the broader aims of the Union and Progress Society. Sina Akşin, 100 Soruda Jön Türkler ve Đttihat ve Terakki (Đstanbul: Gerçek, 1980), 28. Hans Kohn, Western Civilization in the Near East (New York: Columbia University Press, 1936), 264; Elie Kedourie, “The Impact of the Young Turk Revolution on the Arabic-Speaking Provinces of the Ottoman Empire,” in Arabic Political Memoirs and Other Studies, by E.
Stanford J. Shaw, “Some Aspects of the Aims and Achievements of the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Reformers,” in Polk and Chambers, 37. Đsmail Hami Danişmend, Đzahlı Osmanlı Tarihi Kronolojisi (Đstanbul: Türkiye Yayınevi, 1961), 4:528. Đlber Ortaylı argues that the Turkish element started to become ascendant in the administration in the eighteenth century. See Đmparatorluğun En Uzun Yüzyılı (Đstanbul: Hil, 1987), 58. Zeine, Arab Nationalism, 9. Hourani, “Ottoman Background,” 10; Sir Hamilton Gibb and Harold Bowen, Islamic Society and the West (London: Oxford University Press, 1963), (pt.