The Essentials for Peace

August 1978
New Republic;8/26/78-9/2/78, Vol. 179 Issue 9/10, p5
Focuses on the conditions for peace in Israel. United States' administration's Middle East policy which seems geared to accommodating the lowest common denominator of Arab demands; Demands of Egyptian leader Anwar Sadat in the peace process; Political developments in Israel.


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