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Adaptable Autocrats:Regime Power in Egypt and Syria

Author(s): STACHER, Joshua;
ISBN: 978-0-8047-8063-3;
Subjects: History, Egypt and Syria;
Publisher: : Stanford University Press, Stanford , 2012;
Call number: 956.710 STA;
Type: Book
Available At: Main Library -> stacks
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956.710 STA
Available Main Library -> stacks
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100 $aSTACHER, Joshua
245 $aAdaptable Autocrats$bRegime Power in Egypt and Syria
260 $bStanford University Press,$aStanford$c2012
650 $aHistory, Egypt and Syria
653 $aEgypt

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