DOI:10.1353/JOD.2011.0038
Corpus ID: 154998407
The Upheavals in Egypt and Tunisia: The Road to (and from) Liberation Square
T. Masoud
Published 2011
Sociology

Journal of Democracy
Abstract:It is easy now to see why Egypt's revolution had to happen, and why President Hosni Mubarak's thirty-year reign had to end in the spectacular manner in which it did. Given a combustible mix… Expand
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