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Volume: 3 Issue: 5
Nancy Gallagher, PhD
University of California
In January 2011, hundreds of thousands of people flocked to Tahrir Square in central Cairo to call for “bread, freedom, and social justice” and, more immediately, for the ouster of Egypt’s long serving president, Hosni Mubarak who had ruled since 1981 and was grooming his son to take his place. People had had enough of government corruption and mismanagement and did not want another thirty years of it. In just eighteen days of protests, Mubarak resigned. The world was captivated by this...
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