The Case Against the Iran Deal By Alan Dershowitz

 

The greatest danger the world faces in the 21st century is an Iranian nuclear arsenal. Harvard Law Professor Emeritus and expert Middle East commentator Alan Dershowitz examines the deal's provisions, its implications for the global community, and the crucial question of whether we now have the capacity to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

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Alan Dershowitz

Professor Alan M. Dershowitz of Harvard Law School was described by Newsweek as "the nation’s most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights." Italian newspaper Oggi called him "the best-known criminal lawyer in the world," and The Forward named him "Israel’s single most visible defender—the Jewish state’s lead attorney in the court of public opinion."Born in Brooklyn, he was appointed to the Harvard Law School faculty at age 25 and became a full professor at age 28, the youngest in the school’s history. He has been a consultant to several presidential commissions, and has advised presidents, United Nations officials, prime ministers, governors, senators, and members of Congress. More than a million people have heard him lecture around the world. He is currently the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard.Dershowitz is the author of 30 non-fiction works and two novels. More than a million of his books have been sold worldwide, in more than a dozen different languages. His recent titles include the bestseller The Case For Israel, Rights From Wrong, The Case For Peace, The Case For Moral Clarity: Israel, Hamas and Gaza, and his autobiography Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law.

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