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Soviet Propaganda: A Case Study of the Middle East Conflict (1976)
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    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (4 Reviews)
    The Secret Police in Lenin's Russia, by Lennard D. Gerson
    1. The Secret Police in Lenin's Russia by Lennard D. Gerson
    2. Soviet-American Academic Exchanges, 1958-1975 by Robert F. Byrnes
    3. The Soviet Empire by William E. Griffith
    4. Soviet Propaganda: A Case Study of the Middle East Conflict by Baruch A. Hazan
    Orbis, Fall 1976, p. 820
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    Book Reviews (8 Reviews)
    On the Soviet Union
    1. Red Star on the Nile by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
    2. Psychiatric Terror by Sidney Bloch and Peter Reddaway
    3. A History of Russia by Basil Dmytryshyn
    4. The Soviet Union and International Oil Politics by Arthur Jay Klinghoffer
    5. The Troubled Detente by Albert Loren Weeks
    6. Detente and the Democratic Movement in the USSR by Frederick C. Barghoorn
    7. Soviet Propaganda: A Case Study of the Middle East Conflict by Baruch A. Hazan
    8. In the Name of the People by Adam B. Ulam
    Current History, October 1977, p. 128
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    Book Reviews (9 Reviews)
    On the Middle East
    1. Israel Divided by Rael Jean Isaac
    2. In the Anglo-Arab Labyrinth by Elie Kedourie
    3. Saudi Arabia and Oil Diplomacy by Sheikh Rustum Ali
    4. Soviet Propaganda: A Case Study of the Middle East Conflict by Baruch A. Hazan
    5. OPEC: Success and Prospects by Dankwart A. Rustow and John F. Mugno
    6. The Arabs in Israel by Sabri Jiryis
    7. Arafat: The Man and the Myth by Thomas Kiernan
    8. The Executive, Congress, and Foreign Policy by John F. Lehman
    9. Political Leadership in Korea by Dae-Sook Suh and Chae-Jin Lee
    Current History, January 1977, p. 28