The Ugly American

The Ugly American The very popular political novel by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer A tale of espionage and diplomacy Read the book that impressed and inspired John F Kennedy
  • Title: The Ugly American
  • Author: Eugene Burdick William Lederer
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  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Ugly American
    The very popular political novel by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer A tale of espionage and diplomacy Read the book that impressed and inspired John F Kennedy.
    The Ugly American By Eugene Burdick William Lederer,

    The Ugly American Burdick, Eugene, Lederer, William J First published in , The Ugly American became a runaway national bestseller for its slashing expos of American arrogance, incompetence, and corruption in Southeast Asia In linked stories and vignettes, the book uses gripping storytelling to draw a devastating picture of how the United States was losing the struggle with Communism in Asia. The Ugly American film The Ugly American Burdick, Eugene, Lederer, William J A piercing expos of American incompetence and corruption in Southeast Asia, The Ugly American captivated the nation when it was first published in The book introduces readers to an unlikely hero in the titular ugly American and to the ignorant politicians and arrogant ambassadors who ignore his empathetic and commonsense advice.

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    About " Eugene Burdick William Lederer "

  • Eugene Burdick William Lederer

    Eugene Burdick was an American Political Scientist and co author of The Ugly American 1958 , Fail Safe 1962 and The 480 1965.He was born in Sheldon, Iowa His family moved to Los Angeles, California when he was aged 4 Burdick attended Stanford University and Oxford University where he earned a Ph.D degree in psychology, and he worked at the department of Political Science at the University of California In 1956 his critically acclaimed novel The Ninth Wave, a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship winner, was published End 1950s he was among the first members of the Society for General Systems Research He died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 46.

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