A Fabian in Egypt: Salamah Musa and the Rise of the Professional Classes in Egypt, 1909-1939
By: Vernon Eggar (author)Hardback
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The first book-length analysis of Salamah Musa (1889o1958), who provoked and astounded Egypt for decades with his trenchant criticism of the nation's social order. The book demonstrates that underlying Musa's ideas was his advocacy of the interests of an emerging technical and administrative elite which attempted to carve a niche for itself in Egypt's agrarian society.
Vernon Egger is Assistant Professor of History at Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, Georgia.
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