Raging Against the Machine explains why political opposition
emerges and persists over a protracted period of time in an
autocracy-thirty years under Hosni Mubarak-without either changing
the fundamental rules of the political game or disappearing as a
consequence of the regime's containment strategies. Albrecht
uncovers a rich and dynamic world of opposition politics in Egypt.
Apart from Islamist movements-by far the strongest opposition
groups-we find other forms of organizations in Egypt, such as
political parties, human rights groups, smaller protest movements,
organizations representing workers interests, and informal pressure
groups. These groups have employed different ideological and
programmatic perspectives, such as Islamism, Nationalism,
Liberalism, and Socialism.
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