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The uprising in Egypt was swift, relatively bloodless-and lacked a real leader. Former Hillary Clinton adviser Anne-Marie Slaughter on how the new generation is anti-leadership.
Follow the leader. It's a game we play as children and an assumption we still make as adults: Effective action in any organization requires some to lead and others to follow.
Related story on The Daily Beast: America's Naivete About Egypt
That assumption motivated the various news stories this past week on who was really leading the protesters in Tahrir Square, captured in a New York Times headline on February 8: "A Quest for an Opposition Leader." The story listed Facebook activist Wael Ghonim, Nobel Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei, Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie, Ghad party leader Ayman Nour, and another Nobel Prize winner, the chemist Ahmed Zewail.
But in reading the story, it is quickly clear that the "quest" comes from the Times and not the protesters, »
- Anne-Marie Slaughter
Kendra Wilkinson chases after 13-month-old son Hank IV during a day at the park Tuesday in L.A.
“This is the only time in my entire life that I can actually look in the mirror and say that I’m proud of myself,” the reality star, 25, said recently.
“I’m so f—in proud of myself because I’m taking the time to be a mom.”
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2 items from 2011
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