Why I am LiberalEgyptian Youth Essays on Liberalism
Dr. Ronald MeinardusAhmad Nagui
Al-Mahrosa for Publishing, Press Services, and InformationBlock 7399, Street 28 branching from Street 9, Mukkattam,Cairo, EgyptTel/Fax: 02-25075917E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.orgChairman: Farid ZahranAll publication rights reserved to Friedrich NaumannFoundation for Liberty (FNF)Serial Number: 2010/11551ISBN: 978-977-316-376-7This book was published with the support of FNF in Cairo.The ideas expressed in this book do not necessarily expressthe opinions or views of the Foundation but only those of the authors of the essays.
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This is the English translation of the book that comprises articles written by young Egyptian men and women for an essay writing competition titled “Why I am liberal”. Every one of the essays contains a unique…
This is the English translation of the book that comprises articles written by young Egyptian men and women for an essay writing competition titled “Why I am liberal”. Every one of the essays contains a unique and intriguing contribution to the Egyptian liberal discourse. The texts provide an insight how young Egyptians define liberalism, how liberal ideas have had an impact on their lives and how – on a more general level – young Egyptians believe liberalism could change in a positive manner the future of their country.
Liberalism, this book documents, is very much alive in the minds (and the hearts) of the Egyptian youth.