A Very Thin Line: The Iran-Contra Affairs

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Other Books by Theodore Draper ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - Contexts 3
  • 2 - Body and Soul 27
  • 3 - Big Money 51
  • 4 - Third Countries 71
  • 5 - Arms and the Man 94
  • 6 - Middlemen 120
  • 7 - Catalysts 137
  • 8 - The First Deal 155
  • 9 - Horror Story 174
  • 10 - Finding No. 1 203
  • 11 - Finding No. 2 217
  • 12 - Finding No. 3 247
  • 13 - Ghorbanifar 264
  • 14 - The Diversion 290
  • 15 - Tehran 315
  • 16 - Narrow Escapes 332
  • 17 - The Unraveling 352
  • 18 - End Run 374
  • 19 - The Second Channel 394
  • 20 - Out of Control 417
  • 21 - Battle Royal 451
  • 22 - Cover-up 478
  • 23 - Panic 498
  • 24 - The Bitter End 524
  • 25 - People With Their Own Agenda 558
  • 26 - Unfinished Business 580
  • Who's Who 599
  • Chronology 605
  • Key to Sources 613
  • Notes 615
  • Index 671
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