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One of the most objective, in formative and historically correct books I have come across in 75 yearsPublished 2 days ago by Jozef Tari
Great book. Most influential I have read in many years in the Middle East. Delineates the missed opportunities for the United States to build on two centuries of good will.Published 8 days ago by Edward J. Mcdonnell
I was looking a history of the middle east, and American involvement, which this book was. I learned many details and players I had not known about, and noted the religious... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Louisville KY
Why is this not required reading for every student (and teacher) of American history?Published 17 days ago by Avid Reader
The last book I read by this author was comprised of the time he spent as ambassador to US from Israel. It was , I felt, a pro Israel/ pro himself writing. Read morePublished 17 days ago by James B.
I am fascinated with this historical book...so insightful, well documented, & interestingly written...AND relevant to our current USA/Middle East politics... Read morePublished 18 days ago by jane z mazzola
Finishing this superb treatise has left me nearly mute. How can one man know his subject so well and share the information so readily? Read morePublished 18 days ago by Janfuq
The period up to the end of WWII is particularly fascinating and worth reading. For the post-war period, I'd pick up another book.Published 1 month ago by Elie Natan
one amazing history book.well researched.if you want to know what is happening and why in the Mideast this book will shed plenty of light
on the present by looking at ancient... Read more