The Zionist Connection: What Price Peace

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The Zionist Connection: What Price Peace

By Alfred M. Lilienthal
Dodd, Mead, 1978
872 pp. $19.95

For Alfred Lilienthal, who has devoted his life to the anti-Zionist cause, this is the culminating masterwork: over 800 pages of history-cum-polemics on American policy and politics, Zionist influence, the Jewish lobby, and the Arab-Israeli conflict from Roosevelt to Carter. His own solution is the "de-Zionization" of Israel and establishment of a secular, bi-national Palestine.

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