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Part II: Scholar Norman Finkelstein on Next Steps Towards Resolution in Israel-Palestine

Web ExclusiveMarch 23, 2010
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Norman Finkelstein is author of several books on the Israel Palestine conflict. His latest is This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion. It’s available only at OrBooks.com.

In Part II of our conversation, Finkelstein discusses lessons he learned from Gandhi, the role of public opinion in politics, and more.

Watch Part I of the conversation here

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