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Preface to the Third Edition ix 1 Introduction 1 PART ONE: THE JOHNSON PRESIDENCY 2 Yellow Light: Johnson and the Crisis of May-June 1967 23 PART TWO: THE NIXON AND FORD PRESIDENCIES 3 Cross-Purposes: Nixon, Rogers, and Kissinger, 1969-72 55 4 Kissinger's Diplomacy: Stalemate and War, 1972-73 98 5 Step by Step: Kissinger and the Disengagement Agreements, 1974-76 130 PART THREE: THE CARTER PRESIDENCY 6 Ambition and Realism: Carter and Camp David, 1977-78 177 7 Forging Egyptian-Israeli Peace 205 PART FOUR: THE REAGAN AND BUSH PRESIDENCIES 8 Cold War Revival: Who's in Charge? 245 9 Back to Basics: Shultz Tries Again 269 10 Getting to the Table: Bush and Baker, 1989-92 290 PART FIVE: THE CLINTON PRESIDENCY 11 Clinton the Facilitator 321 12 Clinton's Finale: Distractions, Hesitation, and Frustration 342 PART SIX: THE SECOND BUSH PRESIDENCY 13 "With Us or Against Us": The Warrior President in His First Term 385 PART SEVEN: CONCLUSION 14 Challenges Facing Future Administrations 415 Notes 429 Bibliography 509 Index 517Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Arab-Israeli conflict 1967-1973, Arab-Israeli conflict 1973-1993, Arab-Israeli conflict 1993- Peace, Middle East Foreign relations United States, United States Foreign relations Middle East, United States Foreign relations 20th century, Middle East Foreign relations 20th century