Hussein of Jordan: searching for a just and lasting peace
An engaging, thought-provoking biographny about the man on whom all hopes for a just peace in the Middle East may rest, King Hussein of Jordan. A lifelong opponent of Communism, Hussein believes passionately in Arab unity. 6 pages of photos.
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