Documents from the Den of Espionage

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Chapters(not individually listed)
Letter to Paul Bremer 1
Part two of random note 2
Khomeini excludes seculars from his revolution 3
OECD: Share of World Commodity Exports Shipped to Iran, 1977 4
Foreign Policy Of The Provisional Islamic Government 5
Political/Security Report 6
First reactions to Shah's speech 8
Unknown 9
Further report of Richard Cottan 10
On Present Events 11
Conflict with moderates shaping up 12
Liberation movement 13
Priority Tehran Info 14
Handwritten note 15
unknown 16
Memo of conversation 17
Memo: Visit of Mr. Ben Yohanan of the Israeli Mission 18
Terrorists in Iran 19
Unknown 20
Unknown 21
Biography:Yitzhik Rabin 22
Country policy:Iran 23
Codel Wolff Tehran Schedule 24
Unknown 25
Unknown 26
Principle Officers Meeting 27
Unknown 28
Unkown 29
Unknown 30
Unknown 31
Threat to Americans from underground dissidents 32
Telegram: Opposition to the Shah 33
Unknown 34
Unknown 35
Letter to Shah Pahlavi 36
Unknown 37
The Bazargan Government One Month Later and Prospects for the Future 38
Iran's Referendum and prospects for the Future 39
Political Sitrep 40
Briefing on the Situation in Iran by Ambassador William Sullivan 41
The Revival of Islamic Fundamentalism 42
Assessment on Iran 43
Unknown 44
Heightened tensions after Motahari's assassination 45
Anti-US demonstration on May 25 46
Waiting for Godot—Iranian style 47
A Farewell to Alarms 48
American Embassy 49
Commercial Disputes 50
Quarterly Political Assessment 51
Alternative views from the provinces 52
Isfahan and Shiraz 53
Economic Analytical Reporting Schedule 54
Negotiations 55
Letter to L. Bruce Laingen 56
CPAO Work Goals 57
Iran Briefing 58
Update on Iran 59
Millions March for Unity and Khomeini 60
Visit 61
Fifteen Best Contacts 62
Duties of the Embassy Political Advisor 63
Archie N. Bolster 64
Corruption in Iran 65
Unknown 66
Letter from L. Bruce Laingen 67
EID-E GHORBAN MESSAGE 68
Unknown 69
Towards a Restructured Iran 70


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