One State, Two States: Resolving the Israel/Palestine Conflict by Benny Morris
"What draws attention to Morris' work as a historian is that he does not spoil anyone's prejudices, least of all by himself," David Rannick wrote in a New Yorker article…
One State, Two States synopsis
"What draws attention to Morris' work as a historian is that he does not spoil anyone's prejudices, least of all by himself," David Rannick wrote in a New Yorker article that coincided with the publication of Benny Morris, "1948: The History of the First Arab-Israeli War." Maurice now turns his attention to the present day's legacy of the events of 1948 and the concrete choices for the future of Palestine and Israel, which examines the history of the goals of the Palestinian national movement and the Zionist movement, and examines the various proposals from one state and two countriesSee also desire Or the unwillingness of every movement to find a compromise-based home, Morris assesses the validity and practical application of the proposed solutions in the light of complex and stumbling realities.In his pioneering career, Maurice re-shaped the understanding of the Arab-Israeli conflict, and here again he reaches a new way of thinking about Controversy pumps a ray of hope into a region that desperately needs it.
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