The Iran Agenda: The Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Middle East Crisis

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PoliPointPress, 2007 - Political Science - 221 pages
Erlich explains how the U.S. planned to subvert the Iranian government and then lied about it to the American people. In addition to covering the political story, the author offers firsthand insights into Irans population, domestic politics, and popular culture.

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It is a well written summary of Iran-US relations. It touches on the events that have played out over the years. Also, it gives you good insights into the various players that "news" always ignores.

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About the author (2007)

Reese Erlich's publications include Dateline Havana, The Iran Agenda, and Target Iraq, which he co-authored with Norman Solomon (introduction by Howard Zinn and afterword by Sean Penn). He reports regularly for National Public Radio, Latino USA, Radio Deutche Welle, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He also writes for the San Francisco Chronicle and the Dallas Morning News. In 2001, he produced a one-hour radio documentary, "The Struggle for Iran," which was hosted by Walter Cronkite.

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