Political Culture and Constitutionalism: A Comparative Approach

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1.
See ' Ali al-Din Hilal, Al-siyasa wa-l-hukm fi misr (Politics and government in Egypt) ( Cairo: Maktabat Nahdat al-Sharq, 1977), pp. 33-34. The law actually governed only the operations of the parliamentary body, but its passage represented a strong triumph for constitutionalist forces.
2.
For a recent examination of political events and ideological currents during this period, see Juan R. I. Cole, Imperialism and Revolution: Social and Cultural Origins of Egypt's 'Urabi Movement ( Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1993).
3.
Elie Kedourie, "The Genesis of the Egyptian Constitution of 1923," in Political and Social Change in Modern Egypt, ed. P. M. Holt ( London: Oxford University Press, 1968), p. 354.
4.
John Waterbury, The Egypt of Nasser and Sadat ( Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1983).
5.
Gehad Auda, "Egypt's Uneasy Party Politics," Journal of Democracy 2 ( 1991): 70-78.
6.
See the report by Middle East Watch, Behind Closed Doors: Torture and Detention in Egypt ( New York: Human Rights Watch, 1992).
7.
Robert Bianchi, "Islam and Democracy in Egypt," Current History 88 ( 1989): 95.
8.
The best account of the pre- 1952 period is Jacques Berque, Egypt: Imperialism and Revolution ( London: Faber and Faber, 1972).
9.
Kedourie, "Genesis of the Egyptian Constitution," pp. 349-50.
10.
See, for example, the examination of the niyaba (public prosecutors' office) in Enid Hill, Mahkama! Studies in the Egyptian Legal System ( London: Ithaca Press, 1979).
11.
Some of these themes are explored in Bassam Tibi, Arab Nationalism ( New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990), and Fouad Ajami, The Arab Predicament ( New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992).
12.
For the range of the debate in the Muslim world more broadly, but with considerable coverage of Egypt, see Hamid Enayat, Modern Islamic Political Thought ( Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982). For some idea of the range of debate even among pious intellectuals over the relationship between Islam and democracy, see the dialogue reported in Al-haya ( London), "Nadwat al-haya: Al-islamiyyun wa-l-libiraliyyun" (The Al-haya Conference: Islamicists and liberals), April 19, 1993, p. 14.
13.
See Nathan J. Brown, Peasant Politics in Modern Egypt: The Struggle against the State ( New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990).
14.
See Marsha Pripstein Posusney, "Irrational Workers: The Moral Economy of Labor Protest in Egypt," World Politics 46 ( October 1993): 83-120.
15.
For the meaning of liberalization in the Egyptian context, see Yahya Sadowski, Political Vegetables? Businessman and Bureaucrat in the Development of Egyptian Agriculture ( Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1991).
16.
For a review of this period, see Waterbury, Egypt of Nasser and Sadat.
17.
See, for example, Kamal al-Minufi, Al-thaqafa al-siyasiyya li-l-fallahin almisriyyin (The political culture of Egyptian peasants) ( Beirut: Dar ibn khaldun, 1980).
18.
See Hamied Ansari, "Mubarak's Egypt," Current History 84 ( 1985): 21-24.
19.
Robert Springborg, Mubarak's Egypt: Fragmentation of the Political Order ( Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1989).
20.
George Klosko, "Rawls's Political Philosophy and American Democracy," American Political Science Review 87 ( June 1993): 348-59.
21.
Emmanuel Sivan, Radical Islam ( New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985).

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