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What to keep in, what to leave out.

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Sep 18, 2014 at 13:44

The danger, Wilson, of attempting a collective account is editing. Not everything is kept in, therefore what is left out matters.

Egypt has considerable experience with leadership from the top, starting with the Pharaoh's. It doesn't have as much experience with what we can call legislators. Therefore, because of Egypt's history, the office of Pharaoh, King or whatever the label - that history will continue because of precedent.

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