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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Mahmoud Farouq
Having secured victory in a referendum on a relatively liberal constitution that he championed, Egypt's military chief is turning his attention to the country's overwhelming array of problems - from health and education to government subsidies and investments, insiders said.
"He is a man that we will all follow, and not just because he comes from Gamaliya," said driver Mahmoud Farouq, a father of four, who was sitting in a coffee shop.