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EGYPT: Sadat in Trouble

Challenges from left and center "I will crush anyone who creates doubt." So said Egyptian President Anwar Sadat as he called for a nationwide referendum to...

The World: Sadat: The Village Elder

Even as a youth, Egypt's Anwar Sadat, 58, had an elevated sense of his own destiny. At 14, he fell into an irrigation canal near his home village of Mit Abu el...

Press: Sadat's P.R. Man

Egyptian President Anwar Sadat had not even unpacked his bag in Washington before a taped interview with him appeared on ABC's Issues and Answers; he later...

In a World Without Anwar Sadat

The U.S. begins reshaping its Middle East policies Ai the consequences of the assassination of Anwar Sadat began to permeate Washington last week, the Reagan...

World: Sadat and Begin: Best Wishes

The Aug. 2 letter from Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, addressed to "Dear Prime Minister Begin," started with a solicitous inquiry. Wrote Sadat: "I hope you...

DIPLOMACY: Fanfare and Funds for Sadat

There were some awkward moments and some outright blunders, but even so, Egypt's President Anwar Sadat seemed to have achieved most of his goals within days of...

The World: Sadat: The Man Behind the War

Six months ago, in a televised statement of aims and aspirations that took nearly three hours to deliver, President Anwar Sadat informed 35 million fellow...

The World: Sadat: A Sort of Whirlwind

Arab audiences revel in mellifluous oratory. Last week Egyptian President Anwar Sadat rewarded the Arab Socialist Union Congress with a first-class example of...

MIDDLE EAST: Sadat Changes Course

Discouraged over the peace talks, he turns to domestic problems Egyptian President Anwar Sadat has always displayed a knack for mercurial decisions. He spun...

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