An Insight into the Egypt Story
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Jane S. Shaw - 2/26/2011
Mark, thank you. Yes, it's only part of the Egypt story, but an eerie part of it. There are problems in other parts of the world, too, due to underemployed college graduates--including China!
Mark Brady - 2/22/2011
I recommend this article, which offers a useful insight on events in Egypt. I feared the author might make extravagant claims for his argument but he acknowledges that it is but one part of a much larger narrative.
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