"The working class and poor people are coming out, the middle and upper classes don't like that, they want to stop the revolution of the poor people. They accept the revolution of the middle class," says Nawal El Saadawi, pioneering Egyptian feminist thinker, author and professor. Meanwhile, she notes that the same old factors are moving to make sure that the revolution in Egypt doesn't rock the boat too much.Dr. Saadawi appeared on This Week
with Christiane Amanpour this weekend, but she joins Laura in the GRITtv studio to tell us what she said that ABC wouldn't air.
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