October Surprise: America's Hostages in Iran and the Election of Ronald Reagan
From the man who first revealed the October Surprise, the inside story of how the Reagan/Bush campaign sought to subvert official U.S. foreign policy--and the Presidency itself--by seeking to strike a secret deal to delay the release of America's hostages in Iran until after the election of 1980. A riveting tale of international skulduggery.
AN ELECTION HELD HOSTAGE
THE QUEST FOR ARMS
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