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The Israeli Solution: A Review (Part Two)

The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East by Caroline Glick (Crown Forum, 2014) In Part One of my review of Caroline Glick’s The Israeli Solution, I describe her rationale for rejecting the two-state solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict that has been a leading policy objective of presidents Clinton, Bush, and […]

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Five Star Review

Here’s the latest review of House Divided by author and Oberlin College class of 1965 classmate Judith White: Whew! What an exciting ride. I sailed through the short, dense chapters of House Divided impatient to know what happened next. The research is amazing. Very authentic and authoritative. Also, so current with references to the Boston […]

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Book Review: Leon Uris, The Haj

This Leon Uris 1984 classic is worth reading (or re-reading) today in light of current events. It tells the story of an Arab family living in Palestine during the influx of Jewish settlers from Europe prior to World War II, the failure of the Arab nations to deal honestly with the refugees after the 1948 […]

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