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As members of the arm e d forces, the Free O fficers maintained their monop oly on the u s e of force and they ruthle ssly repre ssed oppo sition and challenges to their authority. In the words of Woo dward, "the coup of July 1 9 5 2 had be e n essentially a takeover not so much by the army as of the army . . ". In the years to come, leaders would come and go but the authoritarian rule of the institution of the army would remain . 27 n d e rsta n d i n g Key questions H ow successfu l were Nasser's domestic policies from the point of view of different sectors of Egy ptian society: the poor peasants, the rural middle class, the feudal a ristocracy, the industrialist and private entrepreneurs, and the state bureaucracy?
This wou l d explain policies of sequestration and nationalization; through public owne rship, citizens would share the nation's wealth and be free from exploitation and a nxiety. 2 Political democracy cannot exist under the domination of any one class ... it is indispensable to liquidate the forces of reaction, deprive them of their weapons and prevent them from making any attempt to come back to power. This wou l d explain the banning of politica l pa rties. 3 The values of true democracy can only be guarded through national unity.
The consequences for E gypt of Nasser's treatment of the oppo sition were a so ciety that would be led by the whims of an authoritarian ruler and a government whose source of strength remained the use of force . As members of the arm e d forces, the Free O fficers maintained their monop oly on the u s e of force and they ruthle ssly repre ssed oppo sition and challenges to their authority. In the words of Woo dward, "the coup of July 1 9 5 2 had be e n essentially a takeover not so much by the army as of the army .