Viorst, Milton

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VIORST, Milton

VIORST, Milton. American, b. 1930. Genres: International relations/ Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Staff writer and Middle East Correspondent, New Yorker mag., 1988-. Reporter, Washington Post, 1957- 61; Washington Correspondent, New York Post, 1961-64; Syndicated Political Columnist, Washington Star, 1970-75. Publications: Hostile Allies: FDR and de Gaulle, 1964; Fall from Grace: The Republican Party and the Puritan Ethic, 1968; Hustlers and Heroes: An American Political Panorama, 1970; Fire in the Streets: America in the, 1960's, 1980; Sands of Sorrow: Israel's Journey from Independence, 1987; Reaching for the Olive Branch: UNRWA and the Palestinians, 1989; Sand Castles: The Arabs in Search of the Modern World, 1994; In the Shadow of the Prophet: The Struggle for the Soul of Islam, 1998; What Shall I Do with This People? Jews and the Fractious Politics of Judaism, 2002. EDITOR: The Great Documents of Western Civilization, 1965; Making a Difference: The Peace Corps at Twenty-five, 1986. Address: 3432 Ashley Terr NW, Washington, DC 20008, U.S.A. On- line address: [email protected]

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