Perilous Statecraft: An Insider's Account of the Iran-Contra Affair

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Charles Scribner's Sons, Jan 1, 1988 - History - 307 pages
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A former NSC envoy involved deeply in the Iran-Contra affair sheds light on what went on behind the scenes, offering psychological and sociological profiles of the key players

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Ledeen, who worked for Alexander Haig and was on the White House staff as a high-level messenger and consultant during the early 1980s, here explores the environment that made the Iran-Contra ... Read full review

Contents

The Reagan Administration and the Contras
1
The Contra War and the War over the Contras
36
The Birth of Project Democracy
66
Copyright

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