Diplomatic History--State Department Style
Wilbur Edel claims that the State Department has distorted post-World War II diplomatic history by deliberately omitting important facts in the record of American intervention in Iran and Guatemala while including documents that misrepresent the United States government's part in those events. He finds no justification for such misrepresentation in volumes of Foreign Relations of the United States that are published twenty or thirty years after the fact.
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