Still in control

Silverstein, Ken
September 1999
Mother Jones;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p54
Profiles businessman Alexander Haig. Career history; Role in United States' doing business with the world's most repressive regimes; Extensive contacts of Haig.


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