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December 2001/January 2002

The Case for Binationalism

A forum on a one-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict with Lama Abu-Odeh, Helena Cobban, Leonard Fein, Louis Michael Seidman, Ian S. Lustick, and others. Randall Curb on Paula Fox; fiction by Manini Nayar, poetry by Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Dorothea Tanning, and more.

 

Forum 

The Case for Binationalism
WHY ONE STATE—LIBERAL AND CONSTITUTIONALIST—MAY BE THE KEY TO PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
LAMA ABU-ODEH
RESPONSES FROM HELENA COBBAN, LEONARD FEIN, LOUIS MICHAEL SEIDMAN, IAN S. LUSTICK, EBRAHIM MOOSA, EFRAIM KARSH, JEROME M. SEGAL, AND SALIM TAMARI. LAMA ABU-ODEH REPLIES.

Essays
On reading the Qur’an—and misreading it
Khaled Abou El Fadl
How we can ensure economic security for all Americans
J. Larry Brown and Larry W. Beeferman
Fiction
Winner of the Ninth Annual Short Story Contest
Manini Nayar
Poetry
Introduced by Rae Armantrout
Nathaniel Mackey
Jeanne Marie Beaumont
Dorothea Tanning
Geoffrey G. O’Brien
Andrew Zawacki
Coral Hull
Peter Sacks
David Lehman
On Film
Jan Hřebejk and Petr Jarchovský’s Divided We Fall
Alan A. Stone

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