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Disgrace, Courage and Epiphany: 444 Days that Changed America

Konstantin Eggert

Mark Bowden's new book “Guests of the Ayatollah: The Iran Hostage Crisis, the First Battle in America's War with Militant Islam,” provides a qualitatively new narrative, not only chronicling a great sweep of events related to the Iran hostage crisis and describing a large number of persons, but also explicating the scale of the problem that arose. “Guests of the Ayatollah” is a book about how the epic confrontation between the United States and radical Islam began.

Disgrace, Courage and Epiphany: 444 Days that Changed America


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SECURITY INDEX №2 (82), 2007

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