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Pharaohs, Field Marshals, and Fatwas: What Morsi’s Fall Means for Egyptian Politics and Society

Since February 2011, when pro-democracy protestors in Egypt successfully removed thirty-year secularist president Hosni Mubarak from power, experts and laymen alike have offered varying predictions about what would be in store in Egypt’s political future. These same questions arose in … Continue reading

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How the Democrats and Republicans Dupe Their Bases

For those of you who read my blog, you have probably figured out by now that I feel that the Democratic and Republican Parties are, to put it politely, pieces of garbage. Despite the different rhetoric that politicians and pundits … Continue reading

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