Egypt Islam And Democracy:Critical Essays
A collection of essays, written over a period of 15 years, that provide perspectives on the political, religious, economic, and social issues of contemporary Egypt. Written over a period of 15 years, the essays cover a range of topics including civil society and the prospects for democratization in Egypt and the region, the urban sociology of Cairo, the development of Egypt's land in Egypt, while a new postscript written in 2001 brings the story into perspective at the beginning of the 21st century.
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