Friday, March 27, 2015 Nisan 7, 5775

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Elliot Jager
Most Americans may have missed it, but last week, in schools across the country, students commemorated the 220th anniversary of the Constitution during what a presidential proclamation had designated as Constitution Week. The philosophical foundations of the U.S. Constitution deserve to be studied not only by students of American politics, but also by those who wish to spread democracy to...
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Leonard Fein
The instant reason for Peace Now's founding back in 1978 was the aftermath of the Sadat visit to Israel and the Begin-Sadat Camp David meetings hosted by President Jimmy Carter. Shalom Achshav was determined to press Prime Minister Begin to take the steps necessary to achieve peace with Egypt. So, back then, the word "Now" made perfect sense. But ever...
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Book It Here!
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Information technology seems to have sped up in recent months -- remarkably so, even for such a lively and volatile market. Correspondingly, there's been a burst of discussion in the old-style media about the fate of, well, old-style media, especially books. As an article in the Business section of the Sept. 6 New York Times pointed out, technology advocates have...
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Can You Say 'Paranoid'? Despite Their Bemoaning, the Book's Selling Well! Columnist Jeff Jacoby writes in The Boston Globe ( www.boston.com ) on Sept. 23 that despite earlier fears, no one is silencing the authors of The Lobby: "When John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt embarked on The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, which argues that a mighty pro-Israel machine...
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By:
Hershel Shanks
No one really cares. But that puts me in an elite group: It includes two of Israel's most prominent Jerusalem archaeologists (Gaby Barkay and Eilat Mazar) -- and me. And a few religious or Zionist kooks. That's about it. Meanwhile, the Muslim Wafk goes on tearing up Jerusalem's Temple Mount, where the Jewish Temple stood. The week before last, they...
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