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The party was "indistinguishable from the state", i.e. party of power, with no coherent ideology or agenda. It was the main reason to deny opportunities to seek a popular following through nationalist or socialist appeals, although its pragmatism and opportunism was advantageous in recruiting.
It comprised technocrats and former civil servants; supported the Court (probably having been initiated by it), identifying with the policies of the Shah" and self-proclaimed its role as "guardian" of the White Revolution (P?sd?r-e Enqel?b).
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^Houchang E. Chehabi (1990). Iranian Politics and Religious Modernism: The Liberation Movement of Iran Under the Shah and Khomeini. I.B.Tauris. p. 39. ISBN978-1850431985.
^Yom, Sean (2015). From Resilience to Revolution: How Foreign Interventions Destabilize the Middle East. Columbia University Press. p. 138. ISBN9780231540278.
^ abMarvin G. Weinbaum (subscription required) (Autumn 1973). "Iran Finds a Party System: The Institutionalization of "Iran Novin"". Middle East Journal. Middle East Institute. 27 (4): 439-455. JSTOR4325140.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)