OPINION MARSHALL BREGER: A Republicans Case for Peace

Breger, Marshall
May 2010
Moment Magazine;May/Jun2010, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p18
In this article the author discusses the commissars of political orthodoxy in which a Republican cannot be a pursuer of peace. He is critical on the realists who admits that they like to create a Palestinian state but there must be no partner for peace that does not recognize the legitimacy of Israel as Jewish state. Also discussed are the truths that Israel cannot become a warrior state, Israel will not give up on vengeance, and peace requires territorial compromise.


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