A New Egypt

by
Abby Zimet

With rumors swirling that Mubarak may step down tonight, Al Jazeera offers an in-depth analysis of a new social-political coalition - of workers, women, progressives, entrepreneurs and young people - that bodes well for Egypt's future. Dramatic times.

"The progressive groups have a linked network of enterprises, factories, identities and passions. They would go to any length to prevent the reemergence of police brutality and moral hypocrisy that have ruled them for the past generation."

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