The Dynamics of Political Dissent in Egypt

Sorenson, David S.

2003

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  • Volume 27, Issue 2. Summer/Fall Successive Egyptian presidents have tolerated a limited amount of public criticism, but for the most part considered it to be �dissent� rather than loyal opposition. Professor David Sorenson examines different forms of Egyptian �dissent� and argues that its official interpretations have allowed the government to crush violent Islamist... read more
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