The contributions of many students, research assistants, interims, and colleagues are responsible for bringing this book to life. For several years, students of Lebanese Politics helped turn my classes into a forum for debates and discussions. The fact that the classroom often exemplified the greater Lebanese plurality, encompassing students from all walks of gender, regional, sectarian, economic, and political backgrounds, enriched the intellectual deliberation and exchanges of ideas. Students often pointed to youths’ aspirations and visions. They often held common and, other times, antagonizing aspirations for a responsive and representative government. Their views imprinted the many topics and issues addressed in this book.
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