Crisis and Class War in Egypt: Class Warfare, the State and Global Political Economy by Sean McMahon
English | 2017 | ISBN: 1783605030, 1783605022, 9781783605033, 9781783605026 | 241 pages | True PDF | 0.98 MB
The toppling of the Mubarak regime in Egypt was initially greeted with widespread optimism with many hoping that it would provide a powerful model for change throughout the Middle East. However, this optimism faded as the brief period of democracy gave way to a renewed military dictatorship intent on cracking down on dissent. In Crisis and Class War in Egypt, Sean McMahon examines why the transition was so short and what this may mean for resistance movements in the region.