John F. Kennedy and Israel

Based on newly available materials, this study traces Kennedy's policies and philosophy towards Israel, in particular how Israel's pursuit of defensive goals might have affected regional stability and U. Les mer
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Based on newly available materials, this study traces Kennedy's policies and philosophy towards Israel, in particular how Israel's pursuit of defensive goals might have affected regional stability and U.S. strategic interests.

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Preface JFK and His Sons John F. Kennedy and Israel Dimona January 1961 to May 1963 Ben Gurion's Gallant Fight "A Gravity without Parallel" Levi Eshkol and the Dual Alliance The Last Days of JFK and Israel's Continued Struggle for Survival Bibliography

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Herbert M. Druks is Professor of History and Politics in the Department of Judaic Studies at Brooklyn College. He has taught at Haifa University, The School of Visual Arts, and Yale University. His previous books include The Uncertain Friendship: The U.S. and Israel, from F.D.R. to Kennedy (Greenwood, 2001) and The Uncertain Alliance: The U.S. and Israel from Kennedy to the Peace Process (Greenwood, 2001).