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Adam Garfinkle
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Politics and Society in Modern Israel : Myths and Realities. Sharpe, M.e., Inc. 1999. ISBN 0765605155:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.

Telltale Hearts: The Origins and Impact of the Vietnam Antiwar Movement. St. Martin's Press, Inc. 1997. ISBN 0312163630:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.


Robert Hinde
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Aggression and War: Their Biological and Social Bases. Cambridge University Press. 1989.ISBN 052135871X:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.


Erik Jensen

(Editor) The United Kingdom, The United Nations. Macmillan, 1990. ISBN 0333519493:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.


Ole R. Holsti
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Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy. University of Michigan Press. 1996. ISBN 0472066196:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.


Linda Killen
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Russian Bureau: A Case Study in Wilsonian Diplomacy. University Press of Kentucky. 1983. ISBN 0813114950:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.


Donald Kagan

While America Sleeps St Martins Press Inc. 2000. ISBN 0312206240

Present Dangers: Crisis and Opportunity in American Foreign and Defense PolicyAmerican Foreign and Defense Policy. Encounter Books. 2000. ISBN 1893554163


David C. Korten
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When Corporations Rule the World. Kumarian Press. 1996. ISBN 1887208011:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.

The Post-Corporate World: Life after Capitalism. Berrett-Korhler Publishers. 2000. ISBN 1887208038:Product Link on Barnes & Noble.com.

The Growth Illusion: How Economic Growth Has Enriched the Few, Improverished the Many, and Endangered the Planet. New Society Publishers. 1999. ISBN 0865713960


Frederick W. Kagan

While America Sleeps St Martins Press Inc. 2000. ISBN 0312206240

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