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Egypt Tunisia and a Changing World

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/26/11 Egypt, Tunisia, and a Changing World J. King, MVCC
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5/26/11 Main Ideas - Causes of Change Politics Economics Why does this matter, anyways?
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5/26/11 Hosni Mubarak – Egyptian “President” Nasser, Sadat and the Cold War 30+ years of “presidency” Torture Ministry of Information
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5/26/11 Oil
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5/26/11 Commonalities in Egypt, Tunisia, (lesser extent – Repressive governments More secular and liberal (Egypt and Tunisia, at least) No oil … but what else is going on?
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5/26/11 Economics – Price of Wheat
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5/26/11 Egyptian Youth Poor: half under $2 per day ½ population under 30 yrs. old
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