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Looking To Rebuild, Egypt Leans On New Constitution

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Back in 2011, thousands of Egyptians put their lives on the line to start a revolution that would bring down a dictator. Now the justice and freedoms at the heart of that struggle are being defined in a brand new constitution. Weekend Edition host Rachel Martin talks with Nathan Brown, a professor of law in the Arab world at George Washington University, about what's at stake.
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