US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Interventions, Internal Crisis and Ouster of Mosaddeq

The conclusion here is that Musadiq was bound to fall with or without the American involvement.

US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Interventions, Internal Crisis and Ouster of Mosaddeq
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