Revolutions: The Dictators Are Gone, Now What?

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Deborah Amos, NPR foreign correspondent
Joseph Ellis, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian

In Egypt and Tunisia, the dictators are gone — but much of the previous systems remain. What comes next is far from clear. The protesters who overthrew the governments have little political experience and risk being sidelined by more powerful interests.

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