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Fredrik Stanton

Dear Librarians,

GREAT NEGOTIATIONS: AGREEMENTS THAT CHANGED THE MODERN WORLD won the Grand Prize at the London Book Festival and the award for Best Non-Fiction book at the Los Angeles Book Festival, and is on the U.S. State Department's recommended reading list. Drawing on primary sources, transcripts, and interviews, it tells the stories of eight key episodes in modern diplomacy, from Benjamin Franklin securing crucial French support for the American Revolution to Reagan and Gorbachev's historic summit in Iceland. Library Journal called it "A thought-provoking, informative book, highly recommended for all readers interested in international affairs," and The New York Law Journal wrote, "Exhaustive research and careful thought have enabled Fredrik Stanton to employ an extraordinary writing talent to produce a contribution to history and a source of enjoyable reading."

I'm giving away five books, e-mail me at F.Stanton@Yahoo.com.

Fredrik Stanton
www.FredrikStanton.com
Great Negotiations / Fredrik Stanton / Westholme Publishing / Paperback; 304 Pages

Price: $15.95 / ISBN: 978-1594161391 / Published: April, 2011
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