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Prabhakar Menon
ANWAR-EL-SADAT: MAN WITH A MISSION by Col. B.K. Narayan Vikas, New Delhi, 1977, 162 pp., 35.00
Jan-Feb 1977, volume 2, No 1/2

It is perhaps axiomatic that charisma­tic leadership absorbed in the projection of its charisma, is followed by nuts-and-­bolts leadership. Of the latter, President Sadat of Egypt is an instructive example. His six years as Egypt’s Head of State have been a remarkably open account of involvement in national and international affairs, on the one hand because the spotlight has often been for considerable periods on West Asia and on the other because his political, military and econo­mic decisions following the death of Nasser have given a partially new iden­tity to Egypt.

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