February 9, 2011

U.S. Must Back Democracy in Egypt

Tarek Masoud, Los Angeles Times

AP Photo

Even if some in the opposition who might be anti-American represented those now in Tahrir Square, should it matter?

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TAGGED: United States, Egypt, Tahrir Square

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