an interview by Mark Mason
ASR (Anarcho-syndicalist Review),no. 60, 2013
On July 3, 2013, President Mohammed Morsi of Egypt was removed from office, having been pushed out by the largest popular uprising in modern history. Tens of millions of Egyptians were in the streets marching throughout the country. To explore the fac tors contributing to the overthrow of Egypt’s first democratically elected president, I interviewed M. Saad, a long-time Egyptian activist, for ASR.