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New York: Arcade Publishing, c1990. First U.S. Edition. First Printing. 24 cm, 343, illus., bibliography, index, ink name inside front flyleaf, mark on bottom edge, small tear at bottom of front DJ A major work of finance, big business, and politics by the only Westerner who has gained access to the inner sanctum of Nomura Securities, the Nomura family records, and to the cast of characters that make up the Nomura dynasty.
University Park, PA: PA State University Press, c1991. First? Edition. First? Printing. 24 cm, 343, acid-free paper The author bores to the root of America's economic decline through the use of political philosophy, comparative politics, and international political economy, and concludes that nothing short of fundamental institutional reform will right it.
New York: Viking, 1996. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. 208 pages. Frontis illustration. Illustrations. Map of Central and Northern Europe in 1785. List of Illustrations. A Note on Purchasing Power. Notes. Bibliography. Index. DJ is price clipped. Ink notation on fep. Amos Elon (July 4, 1926 – May 25, 2009) was an Israeli journalist and author. Beginning in the 1950s, Elon served as a correspondent on European and American affairs for the newspaper Haaretz. Elon retired from Haaretz in 2001. Elon was an early advocate for the creation of a Palestinian state and withdrawal from the territories occupied by Israel in 1967. He was a frequent contributor to the New York Review of Books and The New York Times Magazine. For many years, he was widely regarded as one of Israel's leading journalists. Elon was the author of nine books. He rose to international fame in the early 1970s after publishing The Israelis: Founders and Sons, described as "an affectionate but unsparing portrait of the early Zionists"