University of Pittsburgh

Counting Islam :religion, class, and elections in Egypt

Tracing the performance of Islamists and their rivals in Egyptian elections over the course of almost forty years, this book not only explains why Islamists win elections, but illuminates the possibilities for the emergence in Egypt of the kind of political pluralism that is at the heart of what we expect from democracy.

ISBN: 9781107009875
PittCat: BP64.E3 M37 2014

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