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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Paul Findley  

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Audience: Adult;

Born: Jacksonville, Illinois


-- Paul Findley on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=paul+findley


Illinois Connection

Findley attended Illinois College and resides in Jacksonville, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Findley served as a United States Congressman from Illinois from 1961 to 1983, and received worldwide attention during his tenure for his views on events in the Middle East. He has written three highly acclaimed books about the region, including the thought provoking ''Silent No More: Confronting America's False Images of Islam''.


Awards

D.H.L. from Lindenwood College

Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagement Availability (Yes)

Selected Titles At Your Library

A. Lincoln, the crucible of Congress /
ISBN: 188585241X. OCLC Number: 456417778

James Stevenson Publisher,. .

Deliberate deceptions :
ISBN: 1556522398. OCLC Number: 31952495

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Findley outlines a strong anti-Israeli position. Using provocative themes to set the tone, he delves into three aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict: "Statehood and Conquest," "Collusion and Conflict," and "Perils to Peace." Basing his argument upon a notion that all problems can be separated into two clear and unequivocal ideal positions of right and wrong, Findley popularizes a highly complex social and political conflict.

Deliberate deceptions :
ISBN: 0937165093. OCLC Number: 47160118

American Educational Trust,. .

Silent no more :
ISBN: 1590080017. OCLC Number: 45963104

Amana Publications,. .

This book chronicles Paul Findley's far-flung trial of discovery, the false stereotypes of Islam that linger in the minds of the American people, the corrective actions that the leaders of American's seven million Muslims are undertaking, and the community's remarkable progress in mainstream politics.

Silent no more :
ISBN: 9780159008003. OCLC Number: 861644185

International Graphics,. .

They dare to speak out :
ISBN: 155652482X. OCLC Number: 853456033

Lawrence Hill Books,. .

"The first book to speak out against the pervasive influence of AIPAC (American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee) on American politics, policy, and institutions resonates today as never before. With careful documentation and specific case histories, Findley demonstrates how the Israel lobby helps to shape important aspects of U.S. foreign policy and influences congressional, senatorial, and even presidential elections. He describes the stranglehold AIPAC exerts in the House and the Senate and the undue pressure the lobby brings to bear on university professors and journalists. This completely updated edition includes details on the current administration and brings together all the new voices speaking out, including former President Jimmy Carter, U.S. Representative Cynthia McKinney, Senator Robert Byrd, prominent Arab American Dr. Ziad Asali, Rabbi Michael Lerner, and journalist Charley Reese. Findley laments the lack of open debate among politicians with regard to U.S. policy in the Middle East and blames AIPAC. He also draws connections between America's unconditional support of Israel and raging anti-American passions around the world -- and ultimately the tragic events of 9/11. Book jacket."--Jacket.