Egypt after Nasser: Sadat, peace, and the mirage of prosperity

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Paragon House, 1989 - History - 275 pages
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Looks at the state of Egypt at Nasser's death, assesses the accomplishments and shortcomings of Sadat's leadership, and discusses Egypt's current problems

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Egypt After Nasser: Sadat, Peace, and the Mirage of Prosperity

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Lippman reveals a country where the economy has completely broken down. Nothing works, neither telephones, rent control, nor buses. Nor do some of the peoplecivil servants are singled out. Nasser, who ... Read full review

Contents

Exorcising Nasser
27
The Tyranny of the Falcon
51
A Rube Goldberg Economy
82
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