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Valuable as one of the few available reviews of the history of modern Egypt since the time of Napoleon and Mehemet Ali. The viewpoint is that of the Laborite and the treatment of English policy is exceedingly harsh throughout. Perhaps the most provocative part is the discussion of present-day Anglo-Egyptian relations.

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