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A review of Democracy Without Democrats? The Renewal of Politics in the Muslim World, edited by Ghassan Salamé.
Steven Heydemann is vice-president of the Center for Applied Research on Conflict at the U.S. Institute of Peace and adjunct professor of government at Georgetown University.
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