Demonstrators Furious After Mubarak Refuses to Resign

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 An anti-government protester weeps in Tahrir Square after watching President Hosni Mubarak speak to the nation on February 10, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
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After spending the day celebrating rumors that President Hosni Mubarak would resign, protesters were enraged last night after Mubarak gave a speech refusing to step down, making Egypt's future uncertain; a look at the role of the Egyptian Army in the nation's transition to democracy; New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof interprets the news out of Egypt through what his 1,000,000+ Twitter followers are saying; an examination of the effectiveness of peaceful protests; and, a discussion of the disconnect between Egypt's generation in power and the youth, its generation in waiting.