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Contragate and Counterterrorism: A Global Perspective

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Nos. 27-28 (1987)

This special double issue focuses on state terrorism, political corruption, and crime. The issue sets out to resolve definitional questions regarding the semantic and political uses of the concepts of terrorism, antiterrorism, and counterterrorism, as well as their relations to human and political rights. Contributions by Noam Chomsky, Edward S. Herman, James Petras, Peter Dale Scott, and Donald Pfost on the international terror network in Central and Latin America, the Middle East -- in particular the strategic relationship between the United States and Israel -- and the crisis in Lebanon. This 300-page issue has been adopted for classroom use.

ISSN: 1043-1578. Published quarterly by Social Justice, P.O. Box 40601, San Francisco, CA 94140.

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Gregory Shank and Anthony M. Platt (eds.)

Contragate and Counterterrorism: An Introduction

Gregory Shank

U.S. Sponsorship of International Terrorism: An Overview

Edward Herman

Counterterrorism and Foreign Policy

Gregory Shank

Reagan's International Policy: A Case Study of Political Deviance and Crime

Donald Pfost

Political Economy of State Terror: Chile, El Salvador, and Brazil

James Petras

Contra-Gate: Reagan, Foreign Money, and the Contra Deal

Peter Dale Scott

U.S.-Supported State Terror: A History of Police Training in Latin America

Martha Huggins

International Terrorism: Image and Reality

Noam Chomsky

The Washington-Tel Aviv Connection: Global Frontier Management

Jan Pieterse

The McCarran-Walter Act: War Against Margaret Randall and the First Amendment

CJ Grossman

Marion Federal Penitentiary and the Twenty-Two Month Lockdown: The Crisis Continues

Michael Olivero and James B. Roberts

A Review of Edward Herman and Frank Broadhead, Rise and Fall of the Bulgarian Connection

Barbara Bishop