- In 2011, Egyptians' protests for greater freedom led to the ouster of a longtime leader
- Years of political chaos and economic instability followed Hosni Mubarak's ouster
- Today, the country still battles an economic crisis, and Egyptians seem angrier than ever
(CNN)For a moment in 2011, it appeared that the revolution worked. Thousands upon thousands of demonstrators who had massed in Cairo's Tahrir Square succeeded in toppling a dictator who had ruled for nearly 30 years.