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Sadat did all of the following for Egypt, except a. encouraged private businesses. c. turned to socialism. b. cultivated involvement with the West. d. moved to end western involvement in Egypt.
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User: Sadat did all of the following for Egypt, except a. encouraged private businesses. c. turned to socialism. b. cultivated involvement with the West. d. moved to end western involvement in Egypt.

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User: Nasser did all of the following for Egypt, except a. turned to nationalism. c. turned to socialism. b. encouraged private businesses. d. moved to end western involvement in Egypt



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