3 edition of The Iran/Contra affair found in the catalog.
The Iran/Contra affair
1988 by Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, Major Issues System in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Joel M. Woldman|
|Series||Issue brief -- order code IB87107, Issue brief (Library of Congress. Major Issues System) -- no. IB87107, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1987-88, reel 7, fr. 001148|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Major Issues System|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
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history, secret arrangement in the s to provide funds to the Nicaraguan contra rebels from profits gained by selling arms to Iran. The The Iran/Contra affair book affair was the product of two separate initiatives during the administration of President Ronald Reagan.
Books shelved as iran-contra: Firewall: The Iran/Contra affair book Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-up by Lawrence E.
Walsh, Landslide: The Unmaking of the The Iran/Contra affair book, North writes that Reagan "knew everything" about Iran-contra's covert operations.
So too did Vice President Bush. Unfortunately, there is no specific document in the book proving that. What there is, however, is a preponderance of material that leads to an inevitable conclusion: North was a hard-working, well-trained, loyal Marine incapable of Cited by: 8.
Very Thin Line: The Iran-Contra Affairs, by Theodore Draper Tower Commission Report: The Full Text of the President's Special Review Board, published by both the US GPO and the New York Times Iran-Contra: The Final Report, by Lawrence Walsh Firewall: The Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-up.
This is pretty much the definitive book on Iran-Contra scandal. The author was the Independent Counsel appointed to investigate the affair. Iran-Contra Affair, s U.S. political scandal in which the National Security Council (NSC) became involved in secret weapons transactions and other activities that either were prohibited by the U.S.
Congress or violated the stated public policy of the government. The Iran-Contra Affair was a secret U.S. arms deal that traded missiles and other arms to free some Americans held hostage by terrorists in Lebanon, but also used funds from the arms deal to.
This electronic briefing book is compiled from declassified documents obtained by the National Security Archive, including the notebooks kept by NSC aide and Iran-contra figure Oliver North, electronic mail messages written by high-ranking Reagan administration officials, memos detailing the contra war effort, and The Iran/Contra affair book and DEA reports.
The Iran-Contra Affair was a clandestine action not approved of by the United States Congress. It began inwhen President Ronald Reagan 's administration supplied weapons to IranÂ¹ â~ez_euro~" a sworn enemy â~ez_euro~" in hopes of securing the release of American hostages held in Lebanon by Hezbollah terrorists loyal to the Ayatollah Khomeini, Iran's leader.
Iran-Contra also echoes in the re-emergence of several prominent public figures who played a part in, or were touched by, the scandal.
The most recent is Robert M. Gates, President Bush's nominee to replace Donald Rumsfeld as secretary of defense (see below and the documents in this compilation for more on Gates' role).
key figure of the Iran-Contra Affair during the Reagan presidency. Through analysis of primary sources, students will be able to construct and provide support for an historical interpretation of Norths role in the Iran-Contra Affair.
Students will determine if Oliver North was acting as a patriot, The Iran/Contra affair book pawn or an outlaw. Topic Background. Lives, Lies and the Iran-Contra Affair by Ann Wroe( ) Firewall: The Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-up by Lawrence E.
Walsh( ) A Very Thin Line: The Iran-Contra The Iran/Contra affair book by Theodore Draper(Jun 1, ). The Iran-Contra Scandal: security policy making and the shadowy world of clandestine operations—a singular resource for understanding the Iran-Contra affair and the gravity of the governmental crisis it spawned.
The documents, writes noted Iran-Contra scholar Theodore Draper in the Foreword, give the reader “an intimate sense of how the. "On October 5,Nicaraguan government forces shot down an American plane loaded with supplies for the country's rebel forces, the Contras.
One month later, Middle Eastern journalists broke a story about a secret trip made by members of President Ronald Reagan's administration to Iran. They had gone there to discuss the sale of missiles in exchange for the release of American hostages held. The Reagan-era Iran-Contra affair lit up the political skies over Washington for well over a year in the late s.
The biggest scandal since Watergate, it dominated the news starting in latewhen word broke about the administration’s illegal backing of Contra rebels in Nicaragua and illicit sales of high-tech weapons to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
It was Ronald Reagan’s desperation to secure the release of these hostages that led him to approve weapons sales to Iran, leading to the Iran-Contra scandal that Author: Martin Longman. After the Iran-Contra scandal broke in lateno issue or controversy more captivated the nation’s attention.
The affair wove together a number of important story lines, from U.S. efforts to. FIREWALL: The Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-Up User Review - Kirkus Walsh, the former independent counsel for Iran/Contra matters, submits an injudicious, self-serving brief in.
This overview of the Iran-Contra Affair is intended for use by LASA H.S.'s (Austin, TX) AP World History students. It provides a starting point for. Indeed, the last words of Ledeen’s book are, “Insofar as anyone may have something dramatically new to add to our knowledge of Iran-Contra, it is likely to be Amiram Nir.”Author: Larry Bensky.
Weinberger had been indicted on five felony charges, including accusations that he obstructed federal investigations and lied to Congress about the Iran-Contra affair. Iran-Contra is the first full-length account of the affair to study and assess the various official investigations that were convened — the Tower Commission, the joint congressional hearings, and the independent counsel's inquiry.
The limitations of each helped lead to an inconclusive end to the affair, which has had implications for the. The Iran-Contra affair APUSH: KC‑I.C (KC), Unit 9: Learning Objective C, WOR (Theme) Reagan's administration was embroiled in scandal when it came to light that the United States had sold weapons to Iran and funneled the money to Nicaraguan rebels.
Oliver Laurence North is an American political commentator, television host, military historian, author, and retired United States Marine Corps lieutenant colonel.
A veteran of the Vietnam War, North was a National Security Council staff member during the Iran–Contra affair, a political scandal of the late s. It involved the illegal sale of weapons to the Khomeini government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Education: State University of New York.
UNITED STATES HISTORY. Congressional investigation of the Iran-Contra Affair findings edited by The New York Times. (Key Words: Iran-Contra Affair, United States, Foreign Policy, International Relations, Iran, Joel Brinkley, Nicaragua, Sandinistas, Oliver North, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Politics).
book. Seller Inventory # X1. Col. Oliver North is sworn in July 7,before the congressional committee investigating the Iran-contra affair. One of the most complicated and intrigue-filled scandals in recent decades.
Get this from a library. The Iran-Contra affair: political scandal uncovered. [Lisa Klobuchar] -- Discusses the Iran-Contra scandal ofwherein the Reagan administration sold guns to Iran in exchange for hostages and assisted the rebels trying to overthrow the government of Nicaragua.
The Iran-Contra Affair of was not one, but two separate covert foreign policy issues concerning two different problems, in two separate countries, that were dealt in two very different ways.
Under the management of the same few officials, both the Iran and the Contra policies intersected at certain important points giving rise to. That’s how Neyfakh and his team get started on researching for any series, by reading all the books, like Ann Wroe’s Lives, Lies and the Iran-Contra Affair Author: Rachel Dodes.
True-life international intrigue behind the scenes of the Iran-contra affair, by a former Israeli military intelligence officer. Here, Segev probes murky dealings that were only hinted at during last year's congressional hearings. The clandestine relationship between Israel and Iran had roots under the Shah and spanned the regimes of Ben-Gurion, Meir, Rabin, and Peres.
Along with a leading role in the Iran/Contra scandal - in which North helped sell arms to Iran to fund the Contra War - North is also said to have employed air and sea transport companies. SOME of Ronald Reagan's critics are trying to draw parallels between the Iran-contra affair and Watergate, even hinting that impeachment is a possibility.
"Professor Koh's valuable book provides an insightful and thorough analysis of the constitutional implications of the Iran-Contra affair. His principal thesis—that the affair was a consequence of fundamental inadequacies in our system for managing relations among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches—is a challenging one.
Iran-Contra Affair: Report of the Congressional Committees by Daniel K. Inouye (7 times) Out of Control: The Story of the Reagan Administration's Secret War in Nicaragua, the Illegal Arms Pipeline, and the Contra Drug Connection by Leslie Cockburn (7 times) Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America by Peter Dale Scott (6.
In his book Iran-Contra, Malcolm Byrne describes the details of the confusing scandal that raised the prospect of Presidential impeachment. A book signing will follow the program. Category. Back then, the all-consuming, years-long scandal was called Iran-Contra. On Dec. 24,it ended when Bush pardoned six people who had been caught up in it.
The Iran-Contra Report: Chronology. AUG. 4 Oliver L. North, a Marine major, is assigned to the National Security Council at the White House. DECEMBER President Ronald Reagan signs an executive order that authorizes a covert operation by the C.I.A. to support the contras, rebels who are fighting the leftist Government of Nicaragua.
Oliver North, U.S. Marine Corps officer, conservative political commentator, and author who was involved in the Iran-Contra Affair. Although he was found guilty of several crimes inthe charges were dropped two years later. He later hosted a radio talk show. In –19 he served as president of.
The story of Barry Seal, an American pilot who became a drug-runner for the CIA in the s in a clandestine operation that would be exposed as the Iran-Contra Affair.8/10(K).
But pdf deception pdf the Iran-Contra Affairs was much more widespread. As Gutmann and Thompson note in the relevant chapter in their book Ethics and Politics: “The targets of deception included not only journalists and the American public but also many high-level executive branch officials and congressman who would normally have been informed.Inthe Christic Institute brought charges against 28 individuals involved in the Iran-Contra Affair (Avirgan v.
Hull). Filed under the provisions of the Federal Racketeer Influenced and Criminal Organizations Act (RICO), the case gave Christic broad investigative powers. Forget Watergate. Think Iran-Contra. The Iran-contra scandal nearly destroyed Reagan’s presidency and could have led to his impeachment.
He Author: John Yoo.