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IT WAS THE TURKISH PEOPLE MISFORTUNE

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in response to reader comment: Nope, it just was discontinued

Submitted by shimon mendes (Israel), Jun 13, 2010 at 11:07

Unfortunately, the modernization of the Turkish people was interupted too early because of Ataturk's death. His followers did not have the necessary stamina to complete his task. We may conclude that not only the loss of Ataturk is first and foremost the loss of the Turks, but loss of modern society.

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