Episode

7/16 Juan Cole: Egypt: Coup Or Revolution?

July 16, 2013

Professor Juan Cole, explained how President Morsi alienated the Egyptian public, is the same coalition that pushed Mubarak from office the one that moved against Morsi? why the labor movement may have been in worse shape under Morsi’s leadership, why regional monarchies support the Egyptian military, why the military engaged in a coup and the political future of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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