Ethnic Groups and U.S. Foreign Policy

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NOTES
1.
Henry Kissinger, Years of Upheaval ( Boston: Little, Brown, 1982), p. 982.
2.
Near East Report, 20 September 1972, p. 165; I. L. Kenen, Israel's Defense Line ( New York: Prometheus, 1981), p. 285.
3.
Paula Stern, Water's Edge ( Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1979), pp. 33-35.
4.
William Korey, "The Story of the Jackson Amendment, 1973-75," Midstream March 1975, pp. 12-14.
5.
John Rourke, Congress and the Presidency in U.S. Foreign Policymaking ( Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1983), p. 269.
6.
Stern, Water's Edge, pp. 22, 75.
7.
Korey, "Jackson Amendment," pp. 21-22; Near East Report, 25 April, 1973, p. 66; Richard M. Nixon, RN ( New York: Grosset and Dunlop, 1978), p. 876.
8.
Korey, "Jackson Amendment," pp. 22-24; Joseph Albright, "The Pact of the Two Henrys," New York Times Magazine, 5 January 1975, p. 26.
9.
Korey, "Jackson Amendment," pp. 17-18.
10.
Ibid., p. 18; Nixon, RN, p. 875.
11.
Korey, "Jackson Amendment," pp. 18-19.
12.
Albright, "Pact of the Two Henrys," p. 26.
13.
William Orbach, The American Movement to Aid Soviet Jews ( Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1979), pp. 145-46; Albright, "Pact of the Two Henrys," p. 28; Korey, "Jackson Amendment," p. 25.
14.
Kissinger, Years of Upheaval, p. 991.
15.
Richard S. Frank, "Administration's Reform Bill Threatened by Dispute over Relations with Russia," National Journal 5, no. 47 ( November 24, 1973); p. 1750.
16.
Korey, "Jackson Amendment," p. 10.
17.
Kissinger, Years of Upheaval, pp. 995-97.
18.
Nixon, RN, pp. 1031, 1034.
19.
Near East Report, 14 August, 1974, p. 179; Gerald R. Ford, A Time to Heal ( New York: Berkeley Books, 1980), p. 219.
20.
Korey, "Jackson Amendment," p. 26.
21.
Orbach, American Movement to Aid Soviet Jews, p. 154.
22.
Rourke, Congress and the Presidency, p. 269. Rourke concludes that Jackson supported labor and abandoned Soviet Jewry, but the opposite was true. Frank, "Administration's Reform Bill," p. 1750; Stern, Water's Edge, pp. 103, 150-53.
23.
Stern, Water's Edge, p. 212.
24.
Presidents Conference, Annual Report, year ending March 31, 1981, p. 18.
25.
Steven Emerson, The American House of Saud: The Secret Petrodollar Connection ( New York: Franklin Watts, 1985), pp. 178-79.
26.
Steven Emerson, "The Petrodollar Connection," The New Republic, 17 February, 1982, pp. 18-25, reprint; see also Emerson, American House of Saud.
27.
Wolf Blitzer, "The AIPAC Formula," Moment 6 ( November 1981):22-28, reprint.
28.
"Arms Sales Package to Saudi Arabia," U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations, Hearings, October 1981 [henceforth SFRC]. See testimony of James Buckley, Under Secretary of State, p. 32.

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