By Charles Tripp
This booklet brings together expert essays at the social and political forces and personalities that experience formed smooth Egypt, and the commercial, political and diplomatic dilemmas dealing with the rustic.
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23 Hartmann, op. , p. 11. Robertson to Grey dated 18 July 1907, in which he described Al-Muqattam as ‘subsidized by the Agency’, FO 633/14, Cromer Papers. 25 In refusing the Sultan’s demands, the British government maintained that Egypt enjoyed administrative independence, and that that status gave him no right to interfere in its internal affairs. FO 78/4453 Cromer to Rosebery, No. 195, Cairo, 16 November 1892; and FO 78/5024 Rodd to Salisbury, No. , Cairo, 15 August 1899. ), Intellectual Life in the Arab East, 1890–1939 (Beirut, 1981), pp.
20 The Times, 14 August 1930. 21 In an answer from the Foreign Office to the Spanish Embassy in London concerning their enquiry about the conference, they estimated the Makram Ebeid: politician of the majority party 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 43 audience at not more than 150. FO 371/14652, 30 September 1930 (Home Office to the Spanish Chargé d’Affaires in London). FO 371/14641, 18 August 1930, Henderson to Lorraine. FO 371/14621, 28 October 1930, Henderson to Hoare.
43 This is the reason why the Wafd, which was then in power, had to exert every effort to justify the treaty and give the impression that it was its main achievement. Ebeid played the part of the propagandist, trying to sell the treaty to Egyptian public opinion on behalf of the Wafd, both as a party and as a government at the same time. Fortunately for the Wafd, the treaty was followed by another step towards complete independence. 45 This achievement seemed to raise the morale of the Makram Ebeid: politician of the majority party 39 Egyptians since it rendered Egyptians and foreigners equal before the law for the first time in nearly four centuries.
Contemporary Egypt: Through Egyptian Eyes: Essays in Honour of P. J. Vatikiotis by Charles Tripp