Military Elite and Social Change: Egypt Since Napoleon

Princeton, NJ: Program in Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, 1966. Wraps. [4], 35, [1] p.; 22 cm. Footnotes. First published in 1960 as Research monograph no. 6 of the Center of International Studies, Princeton. This version was issued as Princeton Near East Papers Number 2. Excerpts from an obituary posted on-line: " Dr. Morroe Berger, a professor of sociology at Princeton University who was an authority on the Near East, was 63 years old. Dr. Berger, a sociologist who was born in New York City, was a prolific writer and lecturer....Dr. Berger wrote or edited ''Equality by Statute, '' ''Racial Equality and the Law, '' ''Freedom and Control in Modern Society, '' ''Bureaucracy and Society in Modern Egypt, '' ''The Arab World Today, '' ''The New Metropolis in the Arab World, '' ''Islam in Egypt Today'' and ''Real and Imagined Worlds, Social Science and the Novel. '' He was a visiting professor at a number of schools and a consultant to the 20th Century Fund, the Ford Foundation and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. In World War II, he served in the Air Corps and military intelligence. He was a graduate of City College and Columbia University. " Condition: Good. No dust jacket. Cover has some wear and soiling.

Keywords: Military Elites, Military Occupation, Social Change, Muhammad Ali, Military Government, Military Officers, Gamal Abdel Nasser

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