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By Anne Alexander,Mostafa Bassiouny

debts of the Arab Spring frequently specialize in the position of teenybopper coalitions, using social media, and the strategies of the Tahrir sq. profession. This authoritative and unique publication argues that collective motion through organised staff performed a primary position within the Egyptian revolution, which erupted after years of moves and social protests.

Drawing at the authors' decade-long adventure of reporting on and studying the Egyptian labour move, the ebook presents the 1st in-depth account of the emergence of autonomous exchange unions and employees' militancy in the course of Mubarak's final years in energy, and and their destabilising influence at the post-revolutionary regimes.

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