Posted by on April 26, 2012 in Blog

The New York Times columnist Paul Krugman penned a surprising piece on Tuesday about Peter Beinart’s controversial book The Crisis of Zionism.

Krugman praised the “brave book,” and explained that, “it seems obvious from here that the narrow-minded policies of the current government are basically a gradual, long-run form of national suicide.” He also warned of the dangers of “organized groups that try to make any criticism of Israeli policies tantamount to anti-Semitism.”

It’s a remarkably powerful argument in such few words. Read his full piece here.

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