A settlement that would have denied Palestinians the right to return to
their own homes, for which they have the keys, and their own land, for
which they have the deeds, while any Jew from anywhere who has never
been to Israel can go there and become a citizen, is one that you would
have the Palestinians accept? I don't like to use the phrase that
follows, but that is simply shameful.
Marty Jezer wrote:
Do you teach in the social sciences? Consider my SAYING NO TO POWER
(Creative Arts, Berkeley, 1999), for course use. It was written as a
social history of
the U.S. for the past three-quarters of a century through the eyes of a
observer in most progressive social movements (I'm 83), and of the USSR
standpoint of a Sovietologist (five earlier books) knowing that country
longer than any
other in the profession. Therefore it is also a history of the Cold War.
in The Black Scholar, American Studies in Scandinavia, San Francisco
forthcoming in Tikkun, etc.
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