Liberalism and the Egyptian Society: Crisis and Evidence
This book is the first in the Foundation’s series "Liberal Publications". The 95-page volume gives an overview of liberalism in an Egyptian context. Written by an eminent Egyptian liberal writer, "Liberalism and the Egyptian Society: Crisis and Evidence" is divided into three main chapters.
Liberalism in Egypt: Manifestations and Roots of the Crisis
The Individual and Society: A Talk about Social Liberalism
The Future of Liberalism in Egypt: Movement, Guide and Confidence Building
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Liberalism and the Egyptian Society: Crisis and Evidence By Dr. Rifaat Lakkousha
Published in Cairo in 2009 by Marousha Publishers