Egyptian Economics

So lets pretend that today didn’t happen the way that it did. Lets pretend that it went as expected and Mubarak seeing the writing on the wall left town.
Let us assume that having not happened today, it will happen tomorrow.
Let us pray that this amazing revolution continues and is not crushed by the Egyptian military. Perhaps that the military itself is divided to the point that its lower ranks break and openly side with the protest movement.

So, say, that politically the pro-democracy movement gets everything that it is asking for.

Then what.

Then.. the challenge before the revolution becomes a matter of economic development.

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