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Has the military coopted Egypt's revolution?

CAIRO, Egypt -- Just days after the departure of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak on Feb. 11, the nation's new, self-appointed military leaders pledged, within six months, a swift transition to civilian rule. Crowds of the same protesters that demanded Mubarak's ouster cheered as their army said it would steer the nation toward a "free, democratic system." Seven months later, however, many Egyptians are finding that little has changed.
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