The radical movement began to spread through Egypt. The Free Officers movement gained power in Egypt. The movement began with secret organizations in the Egyptian army during the 1930’s. The group was founded by young officers open to change and full of new ideas for the nation. The members used their resources to study life in Egypt, the data was used to plan ways to take control of the government.
The coup of 1952 was a political change in Egypt. Egypt was controlled and influenced by foreign nations. The monarchy was eliminated and Nasser and his free officers took over the government. After the coup the citizens of Egypt began to self-rule.
Nasser began to rule as a dictator beginning to putting in place reforms for the citizens. Nasser felt as if the government officials were the only ones capable of creating reforms throughout the nation.
Reforms began to occur in issues such as land distribution. Citizens were limited to how much land they were able to own. Any land that was extra was given to peasants who did not own their own pieces of land. Under new reforms citizens were able to attend school until college level funded by the government. The government also began to employ many...