The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is hugely complicated, of course, but it’s also vitally important culturally and politically. On college campuses, it’s a perennial flashpoint. It’s a longstanding preoccupation of American foreign policy, and it intersects with the Islamist threat. These are some of the issues I discussed on Yaron Brook’s Living Objectivism online radio show. In the interview, I preview my new book, What Justice Demands: America and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, explore some of the conflict’s history, and underscore the book’s uniquely secular, individualist perspective.
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