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Sadat and After

Struggles for Egypt's Political Soul

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ISBN 9780674280434

Publication Date: 08/29/1990

365 pages


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  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface
  • Introduction: Other Subjects of Politics
  • Part I. Present Narratives, Possible Futures
    • 1. How to Build a Better Future: Osman Ahmed Osman and the Arab Contractors
    • 2. Fighting for Freedom and the Rule of Law: The Bar Association
    • 3. Restoring Egypt as Engine of the Arab World: The Nasserist Current
    • 4. Making Revolution Real: The Marxists of The Vanguard
    • 5. Creative Empowerment: The Wissa Wassef School
    • 6. Thinking in the National Interest: The Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies
    • 7. Anticipating a Free Press: The Economic Ahram
    • 8. Return to the Future: The Muslim Brothers
  • Part II. Knowing Better: Group Politics in Egypt and the Third World
    • 9. Re-Visioning Third World Politics: Narratives, Power, and Political Action
    • 10. Unseen Struggles: Group Politics, Persons, and Possibilities
  • Notes
  • Index

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