Egypt's Incomplete Revolution: Lutfi Al-Khuli and Nasser's Socialism in the 1960's
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Egypt's Incomplete Revolution: Lutfi Al-Khuli and Nasser's Socialism in the 1960's

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The importance of Lutfi al-Khuli and the intellectual circle associated with the Nasserist regime is examined here. Rami Ginat looks at al-Khuli's contribution to the short-lived yet formidable success of Arab socialism. Using primary sources, such as essays and articles by al-Khuli as well as personal interviews, he sheds light on Egypt's socialist experience in the 1960s...more
Hardcover, 223 pages
Published May 31st 1997 by Frank Cass Publishers (first published May 1st 1997)
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