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January 28th, 2012
thesmithian

The “Republic of Tahrir”—as journalist Ashraf Khalil calls it in  this first-person account—is now synonymous with a politics of  spontaneity, youthfulness, and optimism. Yet for those who have long dreamed for the birth of liberal  societies in the world’s least free region, the Tahrir moment has also  been a source of anguish.

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The “Republic of Tahrir”—as journalist Ashraf Khalil calls it in this first-person account—is now synonymous with a politics of spontaneity, youthfulness, and optimism. Yet for those who have long dreamed for the birth of liberal societies in the world’s least free region, the Tahrir moment has also been a source of anguish.

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