America and Iran : a history, 1720 to the present / John Ghazvinian
Book | Alfred A. Knopf | 2021 | First edition
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Edition
First edition
Description
xviii, 667 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages 555-629) and index.
Contents
Part I: Spring -- East of Eden -- Tashrifat -- The amateurs -- The professionals -- The man from Manila -- War and peace -- Part II: Summer -- "The sordid side" -- The warrior-king -- Hello Johnny -- Tehran spring -- "One penny more" -- The Liberty Bell and the wool pajamas -- 1953 -- Part III: Autumn -- "Yes" and "Yes, sir" -- You say you want a revolution? -- This turbulent priest -- The final emperor -- The unthinkable -- Part IV: Winter -- 1979 -- Dulce et decorum est -- Goodwill hunting -- The first hopey-changey moment -- That September day -- The moral cold war -- Atoms for peace? -- Designed to fail.
Summary
"A history of the relationship between Iran and America from the 1700s through the current day"-- Provided by publisher.
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Online version: Ghazvinian, John H. (John Hossein), 1974- America and Iran New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2020. 9780525659327 (DLC) 2019057329
ISBN
9780307271815 (hardcover)
0307271811 (hardcover)
9780525659327 (ebook)
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