The epilogue brings the discussion of the book forward, addressing the role of the 1970s generation of youth activists in the 2011 Egyptian uprising known as the Arab Spring and the subsequent transition to a democratic system of governance. In particular, various figures from Mohamed Morsi to Abdel Moneim Abul Futuh and Abul Ela Madi are shown to have taken drastically different paths in the years leading up to the anti-Mubarak protests. Until Morsi’s election as president and overthrow by military coup a year later, all of these activists were poised to contribute to the democratic transition and promote an Islamically minded political program for the future of Egyptian society.
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