I was just a guest on our friend Hugh Hewitt’s show, and he asked me if there was a really good analysis of the constitution drafted by Egypt’s Islamist controlled constituent assembly. I sent Hugh’s listeners to Samuel Tadros’s post here on the Corner. (Patrick also recommended it earlier.) I’ve seen a number of analyses, including some very good ones, but Samuel’s is the simply the best. It is especially good at giving the reader the crucial Egyptian context in which words are used, or omitted. Well done.