By David E. Mills
However, early Egyptian monetary advice and the possible profitable solution of Nile waters disputes really divided the areas, whereas later concerted efforts to advertise trade and procure Sudanese lands failed dismally. Egyptian nationalists easily overlooked possibilities of aligning their financial destiny with that in their Sudanese brethren, leading to a divided Nile valley.
Dividing the Nile will attract historians, social scientists, and diplomacy theorists, between these attracted to Nile valley advancements, yet its concentrated financial research also will give a contribution to broader scholarship on nationalism and nationalist theory.
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