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Stephen Kinzer's All the Shah's Men tells the story of US sponsorship of a coup in Iran. Drawing upon Kinzer, Cole, and Cleveland, discuss the degree to which this story fits into the more general story of relations between Middle Eastern states and foreign powers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Does American sponsorship of Mosaddiq's overthrow simply repeat an older historical pattern beginning with Napoleon, or does Kinzer's story also reveal changes in the dynamic between foreign powers and Middle Eastern states in the Cold War era?
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