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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi made a predictable move last week when he issued a decree granting himself broad powers above any court as the guardian of Egypt's revolution. It was predictable because that's what tyrants do: usurp power and quash opposition. But it was also unfortunate. After all, Egypt is widely regarded as the cradle of civilization and should be well past authoritarian...

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