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Article in International Journal Middle East Studies 21(01):134-138 · February 2009 with 16 Reads.

Raymond A. Hinnebusch Jr, Egyptian Politics under Sadat: The Post-Populist Development of an izing State (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985). Pp. 30. amied Ansari, Egypt: The Stalled Society (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1986). 295. Article in International Journal Middle East Studies 21(01):134-138 · February 2009 with 16 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

322 pages, index, bibliography. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York, 1985. Recommend this journal. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 March 2016. Export citation Request permission.

Egyptian Politics Under Sadat book. Published February 9th 1993 by Cambridge University Press (first published November 27th 1985). Egyptian Politics Under Sadat: The Post-Populist Development of an izing State. by. Raymond A. Hinnebusch.

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Egyptian Politics Under Sadat: The Post-Populist Development of an.Authoritarian Power and State Formation in Ba'thist Syria: Army, Party, and Peasant (Westview Special Studies on the Middle East) Apr 30, 1990. by Raymond A Hinnebusch.

Egyptian Politics Under Sadat: The Post-Populist Development of an izing State (Cambridge Middle East Library) by Raymond A. Hinnebusch Jr (1985-11-27). The international politics of the Middle East (Regional International Politics Series) Jul 19, 2013. by Raymond Hinnebusch. HS2O17: Reform and Revolt in the Modern Middle East: Egypt from Ataturk to the ‘Arab Spring’. Lynne Rienner Publishers. HS2O17: Reform and Revolt in the Modern Middle East: Egypt from Ataturk to the ‘Arab Spring’ Previous: Autumn of fury: the assassination of Sadat. Library availability.

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Egyptian politics under Sadat. the post-populist development of an izing state. Published 1985 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York, NY, USA Series.

Hinnebsuch, Raymond (1985) Egyptian Politics under Sadat: The Post-Populist Development of an.Egyptian Politics: The Dynamics of Authoritarian Rule Boulder and London: Lynne Rienner.

Hinnebsuch, Raymond (1985) Egyptian Politics under Sadat: The Post-Populist Development of an Authoritarian Modernising State, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Howeidy, Amira (2000a) Destitute but determined, Al-Ahram Weekly (August 3–9). Howeidy, Amira (2000b) Registering the aftershocks, Al-Ahram Weekly (November 16–22). 1977) The Dyadic Basis of Clientelism, in . Schmidt, . Scott, C. Lande and . uasti (ed.

Egyptian Politics Under Sadat: The Post-Populist Transformation of an izing State, Cambridge University Press, 1985; updated 1988 by Lynne Rienner Press. Change and Continuity after the Arab Uprising: The Consequences of State Formation in Arab North African States, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies,42:1 2015, Toward a Historical Sociology of the Arab Uprising: beyond Democratization and, Handbook of the Arab Uprising, ed. Larbi Sadiki, Routledge.

BB Raymond A. Hinnebusch J. Egyptian Politics under Sadat: The post-populist development of an. Egyptian Politics under Sadat: The post-populist development of an izing state (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) 1985, chapters 3, 8 and 9. (ch. 3- ‘The Making of Sadat’s Egypt,’ pp. 40-77; ch. 8 ‘The Regime and the Mass Public,’ pp. 223-256; ch. 9 ‘Public Policy and the Political Economy of Development,’ pp. 257288. Egypt and Other Liberalizing Regimes, Authoritarianism in the Middle East: Regimes and Resistance (Lynne Reiner: Boulder) 2005, (eds) Marsha Pripstein Posusney and Michele Penner Angrist.

Anwar Sadat presided over a remarkable transformation in the Egypt built by Nasir: economic liberalisation superseded populist revolution from above, a Western alliance replaced Nasir's challenge to Western power in the Arab world and an authoritarian state was adapted to growing pluralist pressures. This book explains the forces which produced this change: the vulnerabilities of the Nasir regime and Sadat's leadership. It also analyses the 'post-populist' political order forged by Sadat, concluding that the state underwent both a retraditionalisation and limited liberalisation while retaining its authoritarian essence. Sadat's policies ended in peace and a burst of prosperity for some, but at the cost of growing inequality and dependency. This book is of interest as a study of political change and the clash of competing strategies of development in today's Third World. Because the system Sadat built remains intact under Mubarak, it is also a guide to the workings of the contemporary Egyptian political system.