The Intellectual Origins of Egyptian Nationalism

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SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Newspapers and Periodicals.1
Al-Ahram (Alexandria, then Cairo), 1876-.
Al-Fath ( Cairo).
Al-Hilal ( Cairo), 1892-.
Al-Jaridah ( Cairo), 1907.
Al-Liwa ( Cairo), 1900.
Al-Manar ( Cairo), 1898.
Al-Muayyad ( Cairo), 1889.
Al-Muqtataf ( Beirut, then Cairo), 1876.
Al-Ustaz ( Cairo), 1892.
Al-Watan ( Cairo), 1877.
2. British Official Publications
Correspondence respecting the attack on British Officers at Dinshawai, 1906. Cd. 3091.
Despatch from the Earl of Cromer respecting proposals of the Egyptian General Assembly, 1907. Cd. 3006.
Despatch transmitting the Organic and Electoral Laws of Egypt, promulgated July 21st, 1913. Cd. 6879.
3. Books and Articles
(Note. Arabic titles are arranged under the last part of the author's name, with the exception of Ahmad Lutfi al-Sayyid, who appears under Lutfi.)
Abbud Marun M. Ruwwad al-nahdah al-haditha. Beirut, 1952.
Abd Ahmad Izzat al-Karim. Tarikh al-ta'lim fi asr Muh. Ali. Cairo, 1938.
Abd al-Raziq, Ali. al-Islam wa usul al-hukm. 2nd ed. Cairo, 1925.
----- Muhammad Abdu. Cairo, 1949.
Abd M. H. al-Raziq "'Arabic Literature since the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century'", Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies, ii ( 1922).
Abdu Ibrahim. Tarikh al-tiba'ah wa'l-sahafah fi misr. Cairo, 1950.
Abdu Muhammad. Risalah al-tawhid. 12th ed. Cairo, 1918.
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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknoledgments vi
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • I - Introduction 1
  • II - Islamic Liberalism 35
  • III - The Girondists of Egypt 44
  • IV - Political Parties 58
  • VI - Ahmad Lutfi Al-Sayyid 85
  • Postscript 113
  • Select Bibliography 128
  • Index 133
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