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All the shah's men: an american coup and the roots of middle east terror is a book written by american journalist stephen kinzerthe book discusses the 1953 iranian coup d'état backed by the us central intelligence agency (cia) in which mohammed mossadegh, iran's prime minister, was overthrown by islamists supported by american and british. All the shah's men : an american coup and the roots of middle east terror by stephen kinzer and a great selection of similar used, new and collectible books available now at abebookscom. Praise for all the shahs men stephen kinzers brilliant reconstruction of the iranian coup is made even more fascinating by the fact that it is true it is as gripping as a thriller, and also tells much about why the united states is involved today in places like afghanistan and iraq gore vidal, author of lincoln, burr, and 1876. What is the main thesis of all the shahs men what does kinzer's consider to be the major consequences of the overthrow of mossadegh by the us. Against the backdrop of another iranian conflict with the united states and other nations, there has been a historical underpinning in the back from the period. All the shah's men helps clarify why, when many iraqis heard president george bush concede that [s]ixty years of western nations excusing and accommodating the lack of freedom in the middle east did nothing to make us safe,15 they may have reacted with more.