Who Stands Accused?
Israel Answers its Critics.New York: Random House, 1978 Stock Code: 146664
First edition, first printing, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper "For Zygmunt Nagorski with all good wishes Chaim Herzog". The recipient Zygmunt Nagorski (1912-2011) was a Polish émigré who wrote widely about East-West relations during the Cold War and founded an organization that addressed ethics in international business, an appropriate recipient for the book by the then-Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, and future President of Israel, Chaim Herzog; Herzog seeks to counter international criticisms of Israel's domestic and foreign policy, including the controversial UN resolution of 1975 equating Zionism with racism.
Octavo. Original black quarter cloth, spine lettered in gilt, black paper-covered sides, front cover with gilt monogram and menorah device. With dust jacket.
A fine copy, in near-fine jacket, light rubbing at extremities.
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