All fall down: America's tragic encounter with Iran

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Penguin Books, Sep 2, 1986 - History - 432 pages
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A former naval intelligence officer and National Security Council staff member provides a day-to-day account of the Iranian revolution, the hostage crisis, and America's failure to deal effectively with both

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The definitive Iran hostage crisis book. Sure, the author has his biases, but he also makes an endless series of meetings into a gripping narrative, so it balances out nicely. Read full review

Contents

America and the Shah
3
Early Signs and Signals
25
hi The Revolution Begins
50
Copyright

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