Egypt's dangerous road ahead

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Author(s) Charles Krauthammer
Source New York Daily News
Date February 4, 2011
Quotes-start.png "All revolutions are blissful in the first days. The romance could be forgiven if this were Paris 1789. But it is not. In the intervening 222 years, we have learned how these things can end. The Egyptian awakening carries promise and hope and of course merits our support. But only a child can believe that a democratic outcome is inevitable. And only a blinkered optimist can believe that it is even the most likely outcome." Quotes-end.png

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This item takes a mixed stance on the position Hosni Mubarak should step down on the topic 2011 Egyptian protests.