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The Muslim Brotherhood and the West

A History of Enmity and Engagement

  • Note on Transliteration and Spelling
  • Introduction
  • I. In the Shadow of Empire
    • 1. Origins and First Encounters, 1928–1939
    • 2. Wartime Liaisons, 1940–1944
    • 3. Best of Enemies, 1944–1949
    • 4. The War of the Canal Zone, 1950–1952
  • II. In the Age of America
    • 5. The Upheavals of Revolution, 1952–1954
    • 6. The Age of Nasser, 1955–1970
    • 7. Reassessments amid the “Fundamentalist” Revival, 1970–1989
    • 8. Blurred Lines and New Debates, 1989–2010
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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