Cyprus in the 1930s
British Colonial Rule and the Roots of the Cyprus Conflict
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List of tables 4
Chapter 1: Introduction: A Revolt and the Consolidation of Authoritarian Rule 8
Chapter 2: The Three Pillars of Arcadian Cyprus: Experiments in Social Engineering 31
Chapter 3: Rituals of Bureaucratic Governance 61
Chapter 4: The Constitutionalist Movement and the Avenues of Mass Politicization 93
Chapter 5: The Orthodox Church and the Displacement of the Public Sphere 128
Chapter 6: The Labour Question: Political Stakes in a Battle of Denominations 156
Conclusion: The Expanding Boundaries of a Faceless State 184
Sources and Bibliography 190
Why has the unification of Cyprus proved impossible? The existing literature looks to the 1950s, and the formation of EOKA under George Grivas. Here, Alexis Rappas challenges that view, showing that the key to the conflict between the British Empire and Greek Cypriots lies in the history of the 1930s.