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A Window into Modern Iran

As foreign minister under the last shah and ambassador to the United States, Ardeshir Zahedi was Iran’s preeminent statesman in the two decades before the Iranian Revolution toppled the nation’s leadership in 1979. This publication draws from the thousands of records, letters, documents, and photographs meticulously preserved by Zahedi and his father, General Fazlollah Zahedi, to provide a rare and unmediated view of a century of social and political history in Iran.


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Beyond Disruption

Beyond Disruption: Technology's Challenge to Governance delivers a fine-tuned perspective on how the unprecedented pace of emerging innovations is impacting 21st century society. In a riveting look at technology’s influence on political systems and the well-being of the human race, commentaries assembled by George P. Shultz, Jim Hoagland, and James Timbie systematically evaluate how the Fourth Industrial Revolution is set to transform international relations and manipulate economic growth and virtual communications.

Originating from a fall 2017 Hoover Institution conference, the authors evocatively take on the plight of modern technology—from the vulnerabilities of the global operating system to the benefits of sophisticated medical diagnostic tools.


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China's Influence and American Interests

While Americans are generally aware of China’s ambitions as a global economic and military superpower, few understand just how deeply and assertively that country has already sought to influence American society. This volume features ideas and policy proposals from leading China specialists, documenting the extent of Beijing’s efforts to penetrate and sway US institutions and communities. But it also challenges decision makers to maintain a beneficial relationship with China while protecting America’s values and institutions.
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Defining Moments

Defining Moments recounts the history of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University from its 1919 founding by Herbert Hoover as a library collection focused on the causes and consequences of World War I to its evolution into one of the world’s premier research centers devoted to politics, economics, and global affairs. Rare photographs, political posters, and archival gems illustrate the growth of Hoover’s collections on war, revolution, and peace over a century and chronicle the institution’s emergence as a public-policy center promoting peace, prosperity, and democracy.


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Reflections on Allan H. Meltzer’s Contributions to Monetary Economics and Public Policy

Allan H. Meltzer (1928–2017), a twentieth-century macroeconomist, was an innovator in the field of economics and public policy, showing how central banking could influence economic disasters. Among his many publications is the landmark A History of the Federal Reserve. Meltzer was also a valued consultant both in the United States and overseas, championing rules-based monetary policy and free markets. Eleven prominent economists reflect on his contributions in this volume edited by David Beckworth.


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The Battalion Artist

In this stunning book filled with authentic World War II images—many in full color—we see and feel the intensity of wartime life through the eyes of a talented young artist who was also a US Navy Seabee. Natale Bellantoni, a young art student from Boston, sailed across the Pacific in 1943–45 and returned home with a sea chest of art and photographs documenting his experiences in New Caledonia, New Guinea, the Admiralty Islands, and Okinawa. His subject matter was his daily life: endless weeks at sea, harbors and ships, men at work, airstrips, the local countryside, and the view of enemy planes overhead at night from his fox hole. Now collected in a lavishly illustrated volume, his watercolors, sketches, and photographs offer a window onto one of the most significant moments in American history. The Battalion Artist explores the World War II experiences of Nat Bellantoni, but it reflects the story of an entire generation.


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Warriors and Citizens

A diverse group of contributors offer perspectives on whether and how public attitudes about the military have changed during fifteen years at war. They analyze extensive polling information to identify disparities between the military and the general public and explore, among other things, whether some of these could in time erode important elements of America’s beneficial civil-military relationship.


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America and the Future of War

This study examines what history suggests about the future possibilities and characteristics of war and the place that thinking about conflict deserves in forming American strategy in the coming decades. The author offers a historical perspective to show that armed conflict among organized political groups has been mankind’s constant companion and that America must remain prepared to use its military power to deal with an unstable, uncertain, and fractious world.


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American Exceptionalism in a New Era

Edited by Hoover Institution director Thomas W. Gilligan, thirteen Hoover fellows discuss the unique factors that have historically set America apart from other nations and how these factors shape public policy. They show how America and its people have prospered and emerged as global leaders by prizing individuality and economic freedom and explore key factors in America’s success, including immigration, education, divided government, light regulation, low taxes, and social mobility. Finally they outline the ways American exceptionalism may be in decline, with consequences both at home and abroad.


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American Individualism

In this remarkable little volume, Herbert Hoover expounded and vigorously defended what has come to be called American exceptionalism: the set of beliefs and values that made—and still makes--America unique. He argued that America can make steady, sure progress if we preserve our individualism, preserve and stimulate the initiative of our people, insist on and maintain the safeguards to equality of opportunity, and honor service as a part of our national character.
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Currencies, Capital, and Central Bank Balances

Drawing on work debated and discussed at the Hoover Institution, expert contributors address big-picture debates affecting US and global monetary policy and apply cutting-edge economic research to the international monetary and financial system. With in-depth discussions covering the size of the Fed’s balance sheet, the role of government in restricting capital flows, and many other pressing policy questions, they examine relevant research developments and argue options for reform.


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Gambling with Other People's Money

Russ Roberts argues that leverage—using “other people’s money”—was the central cause of the financial crisis of 2008. He shows that both government and Wall Street are to blame—government for coddling the large banks and those banks for pushing for the policies that rescued them from their mistakes—and that a new approach to financial crisis management is necessary to avoid further damage when the next financial crisis occurs.
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Hammer, Sickle, and Soil

Jonathan Daly tells the harrowing story of Stalin’s transformation of millions of family farms throughout the USSR into 250,000 collective farms during the period from 1929 to 1933. Illustrated with propaganda posters from the period that portray the drama and trauma of the revolution in Soviet agriculture under Stalin, the book shows how the havoc and destruction wrought in the countryside sowed the seeds of destruction of the entire Soviet experiment.


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How Public Policy Became War

David Davenport and Gordon Lloyd examine how the United States came to live in a constant state of domestic war and national emergency that has dramatically—and destructively—changed the way public policy is made. Beginning with Franklin Roosevelt, who laid the groundwork for a modern presidency defined by action and urgency, How Public Policy Became War explores America’s departure from the Founders’ vision of deliberation and moderation.


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Invisible Slaves

W. Kurt Hauser discusses slavery around the world, with research and firsthand stories that reframe slavery as a modern-day crisis, not a historical phenomenon or third-world issue. Identifying four types of slavery—chattel slavery, debt bondage, forced labor, and sex slavery—he examines the efforts and failures of governments to address them. He explores the political, economic, geographic, and cultural factors that shape slavery today, illustrating the tragic human toll with individual stories.


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