Egypt from Independence to Revolution, 1919-1952

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Syracuse University Press, 1991 - History - 170 pages
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This text offers an interpretation of Egypt's so-called liberal era and an understanding of contemporary Egyptian society. It analyses both mainstream and conventional political and social forces and political activism among people from widely differing backgrounds.
 

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Contents

The Egyptians
10
Occupation and the Nationalist Response
25
The Era of Liberal Politics
55
The Economic and Social Setting
73
The Battle
111
Cultural Expression in Egypt
136
Notes
161
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Selma Botman is vice president for academic affairs at the University of Massachusetts. She is the author of "The Rise of Egyptian Communism: 1939-1970" and "From Independence to Revolution: Egypt, 1922-1952.

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