Robert O. Freedman, ed., The Middle East Since Camp David (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984).

This is the third volume in a series based on papers presented at conferences organized by the Baltimore Hebrew College’s Center for the Study of Israel and the Contemporary Middle East. These papers are mostly descriptive and analytically unimaginative. The authors come mainly from circles uncritical of US policy. Their contributions are useful for providing ready reference to events and issues. But the book is already out of date and has little long-term value.

How to cite this article:

Joel Beinin "Freedman, The Middle East Since Camp David," Middle East Report 129 (January 1985).

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