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Most of the time. An interesting account written by a long time foreign relations advisor to both Democratic and Republican administrations. This book details how the Reagan Election Campaign negotiated with Iran, in an act of treason, to undermine the democratically elected Carter Administration for political advantage. The deal put together by Casey An interesting account written by a long time foreign relations advisor to both Democratic and Republican administrations.
The deal put together by Casey, Reagan's Campaign Manager, was arms for hostages, and set the stage and provided the model for the Iran-Contra affair five years later. This book gives the reader a good idea on how international relations are conducted "below the radar".
I enjoyed the book, although the writing could have been polished a bit more. Jan 22, Jim rated it really liked it. Fascinating account of how Ronald Reagan's campaign manager William Casey negoitiated with Iranians and Israelis during the presidential campaign to have American hostages held for a longer period so as to undermine President Jimmy Carter's re-election. Truly an insight into the world of politicians, arms dealers, and double agents written by a Washington insider who served under Ford, Carter and Reagan on the National Security Council after a 22 year Navy career.
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While it does not change my Fascinating account of how Ronald Reagan's campaign manager William Casey negoitiated with Iranians and Israelis during the presidential campaign to have American hostages held for a longer period so as to undermine President Jimmy Carter's re-election. While it does not change my opinion of Reagan, who I have always considered a war criminal, it provides a well documented example of deceit on a massive level. Dec 30, Mattc marked it as to-read. Mar 04, Bruce rated it really liked it Shelves: politics , us-history. While Republicans claim they fear October surprises they seem to be the ones always carrying them out.
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If you thought colluding with a foreign government to subvert a presidential election was new to , you were mistaken. Former Naval Officer and NSC staffer Gary Sick provides convincing evidence that Reagan's campaign manager and future CIA director William Casey met with Iranian agents during the campaign and made a deal to delay the release of the 52 hostages until after the election, thereby guaranteeing his boss's victory. It's difficult to blame the Iranians here, as Carter really s If you thought colluding with a foreign government to subvert a presidential election was new to , you were mistaken.
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