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By N. Rubin

The Oslo means of September 1993 to January 2001 eventually led to an enduring holiday in American Judaism's conventional wall-to-wall aid for any Israeli govt. Drawing on broad new assets, Rubin analyzes what this intended for the yank and Israeli Jewish communities—critical constituencies in prior and destiny negotiations.

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