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Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies

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With lucid analysis and engaging storytelling, USA Today senior diplomatic correspondent Barbara Slavin portrays the complex love-hate relationship between Iran and the United States. She takes into account deeply imbedded cultural habits and political goals to illuminate a struggle that promises to remain a headline story over the next decade. In this fascinating look, Slavin provides details of thwarted efforts at reconciliation under both the Clinton and Bush presidencies and

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ISBN:9781466803220
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Trajectory Index

Words: 90,513
Unique Words: 6,854
Complexity Index: 49
Reading Level: 11.9
Avg Sentence (words): 21.73
Avg Word (chars): 4.82
Chapters: 23
Paragraphs: 1,692
Adult Reading Time: 6:02
Sentiment: -0.014
Intensity: 0.073
People: 828
Places: 243
Brands: 235
Things: 591
SAT Words: 983
Trajectory China 300: 194
TOEFL Words: 78
IELTS Words: 480
Nouns 62.0%
Verbs 18.6%
Adjectives 14.4%
Adverbs 2.8%
Other 2.3%
Profanity: 7
Explicit Activity: 3
Violence: 167

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