Modern Egypt: The Formation of a Nation-State

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Westview Press, 1988 - History - 211 pages
This book is centered on Egypt's relatively early development as a nation and as a state and is written in language readily understandable to students or adult readers without prior background in Egyptian history, society, and culture.

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Contents

Introduction
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Napoleon and Mehmet Al i
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The Rise of Western Influence
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Copyright

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Arthur Goldschmidt Jr., is Professor Emeritus of Middle East History at Pennsylvania State University. He is (with Lawrence Davidson) the author of A Concise History of the Middle East, Eighth Edition, and is the author as well of Modern Egypt: Foundation of a Nation-State, Second Edition. He is the recipient of the Amoco Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching and the 2000 Middle East Studies Association Mentoring Award.

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