Acknowledgements Introduction 1. The Libretto: Making Foreign Policy 2. The Score: Media and Popular Culture 3. The Stage Set: Images and Attitudes 4. Production Aspects: Lobby Techniques and Finances 5. An Overture: The Case of Cyprus 6. The Cast: Pro-Arab Lobbyists and Interest Groups 7. The Cast: Jewish Americans and Pro-Zionist Lobbies 8. Act One: The Ford Administration 9. A Major Production: The Anti-Arab Boycott Campaign 10. Act Two: The Carter Administration 11. Curtain Calls: The Present and Future Bibliographic Essay Index
Janice Terry is Professor of Modern Middle East History at Eastern Michigan University. She is the author of several books and numerous articles on the Middle East and has co-authored two volumes of World History: Since 1500 (Wadsworth, 2000) and US Foreign Policy in the Middle East (Pluto, 2005).