Independent Iraq

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Independent Iraq

By Majid Khadduri
Oxford University Press (for the Royal Institute of International Affairs), 1952
291 pp. $4.50

The professor of Middle East Studies at Johns Hopkins has written a well-balanced account of Iraqi politics since the termination of the Mandate in 1932. The rise and fall of 45 cabinets is a complicated story, but the author maintains a lucid narrative.

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