Time to build, not protest? On revolution anniversary, Egyptians disagree

Chick, Kristen
January 2013
Christian Science Monitor;1/25/2013, pN.PAG
For a video of an Egyptian activist describing his own experience of the revolution and the two years since, please scroll to bottom of the story.


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