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Taking to the Streetsthe Moroccan throne and consulting professor at Stanford University's Center on Democracy Development and the Rule of Law CDDRL provides historical overview of activism in the Middle East and North Africa A postscript from CDDRL director Larry Diamond distinguishes the study of activism from that of democratizatio. ,


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Taking to the Streets critically "Examines The Conventional Wisdom That "the conventional wisdom that 2011 Arab Spring uprisings happened spontaneously and were directed by tech Savvy Young Revolutionaries Pairing young revolutionaries Pairing hand observations from activists with the critical perspectives of scholars the book illuminates the concept of activism as an ongoing process rather perspectives of scholars the book illuminates the concept of activism as an ongoing process rather a sudden burst of defiance The contributors xamine case studies from uprisings in Tunisia Egypt Libya Yemen Syria Bahrain Morocco Jordan ,
Uwait and Saudi Arabia valuating "the various manifestations of political activism within the context of ach country's distinct sociopolitical landscape The chapters include "various manifestations of political activism within the context of ach country's distinct sociopolitical landscape The chapters include country specific activism within the context of ach country's distinct sociopolitical landscape The chapters include country specific of the first year following the uprisings and conclude with lessons learned First
HAND OBSERVATIONS INCLUDE THOSE OF LIBYAN 
observations include those of Libyan Rihab Elhaj who reflects on how the revolution gave birth to Libyan civil society as well as Syrian writer and human rights activist Khawla Dunia who