Congress and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Support for Israel in the U. S. Senate, 1970-1973
Robert H. Trice reviews the nature and strength of support in the Senate for aid to Israel for the period 1970 to 1973. He finds that the most plausible factors accounting for such support -- ideological liberalism, distribution of the Jewish population among the states, and financial support to individual senators from Jewish groups -- in fact are related only weakly to voting patterns.
The $36 Billion Bargain: Strategy and Politics in U.S. Assistance to Israel, A. F. K. Organski Reviewed by Robert H. Trice
The Missile Defense Controversy: Strategy, Technology, and Politics, 1955-1972, Ernest J. Yanarella Reviewed by Robert H. Trice
Illusions of Choice: The F-111 and the Problem of Weapons Acquisition Reform, Robert Coulam Reviewed by Robert H. Trice
Developing the ICBM: A Study in Bureaucratic Politics, Edmund Beard Reviewed by Robert H. Tricemore by this author
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