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The ‘Jewish Vote’ Is No Longer “One” As It Has Changed Over The Course Of The Last Few Years

There is no longer just one Jewish community. There are several, and they are increasingly at loggerheads.


For many American Jews, the 2020 presidential election marks the end of two pillars of their political identity. The first is the very idea of a Jewish community. There is not one; there are several, and they are growing ever more in conflict with one another.

The second is the death of the two-state solution and, with it, the dream that one can marry one’s Zionism to one’s liberalism.

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