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References

Marla Brettschneider, Cornerstones of Peace: Jewish Identity Politics and Democratic Theory (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Univ Press, 1996).

Norman Friedman, “Social Movement Legacies: The American Jewish Counterculture, 1973-1988.: Jewish Social Studies. Vol. 50, No. 3/4,127-146.

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MJ Rosenberg, Martin Salowitz, Shraga Arian, and Bill Novak, “The Jewish Student Movement: Four Viewpoints” in Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review, Fall, 1972, Vol.6/No.3, 23-33.

Carolyn Toll Oppenheim, “The Road to Middle East Peace,” in Polner, Murray, and Naomi Goodman, eds. The Challenge of Shalom: the Jewish tradition of peace and justice. (Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers, 1994). 119-126.

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http://www.idi.org.il/media/2050461/Peace%20Index-December%202012.pdf

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Carolyn Toll, “The Invisible Jews,” Fellowship, A magazine of peacemaking,  July/August 1984, 27-29.

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