Historical endurance, ideological fervor
in Arab liberal thought in the modern age
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The chapter sketches a portrait of liberal writers after 1967, mapping their sources of inspiration and ideological emphases, and their contribution to Arab political thought. The chapter also places liberal writers in a historical context and identifies continuities and differences between them and the liberals of the early twentieth century.


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