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Mohammad Mosaddeq and the 1953 Coup in Iran
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Mark J. Gasiorowski, a professor In the Department of Political Science at Louisiana State University, is the author of U.S. Foreign Policy and coeditor of Neither East nor West: Iran, the Soviet Union, and the United States. Malcolm Byrne is deputy director and research director of the George Washington University-based National Security Archive, where he directs the U.S.-Iran relations project. He is the coeditor of The Iran-Contra Scandal: The Declassified History and The Chronology.

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More books should have such a pedigree. . . . Seven polished studies that speak to each other. . . . The book [provides] a richly and tightly reasoned setting out of what might be dubbed the emerging scholarly synthesis: the British started it, but the United States took it over; Cold War concerns about 'losing' Iran were a greater factor than was oil nationalization.--Foreign Affairs
Gasiorowski, the world's foremost living authority on the conduct of the coup, provides a detailed and fascinating account of its various stages based on published materials and interviews with former CIA operatives.--International Journal of Middle East Studies
The articles are meticulously researched and thick with detail. Moreover, many of them . . . use interviews to supplement the available written sources.--Middle East Journal

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