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Political power in Israel has passed from Shimon Peres and the Labor Party to Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud Party. Some observers say Likud places peace in peril, but supporters of Likud say hard-liners can be the best peacemakers.
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president of Brandeis University, author of Chaim Weizmann: The Making of a Statesman
correspondent with The New York Times, author of God Has Ninety-Nine Names: Reporting from a Militant Middle East
professor of Yiddish and comparative literature at Harvard University
professor of sociology and Jewish studies at City University of New York, author of Defenders of the Faith Inside Ultra-Orthodox Jewry
Originally Aired: 6/13/1996
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