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American Jews caught in US class war quandary

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Published: 5 November 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Quandary for American Jews, caught in bitter US class war – Peter Beinart – Haaretz 02.11.16
We see ourselves as a historically brutalised minority with a distinct story and perspective. But many Americans on the right and left, we're seen as the elite, the establishment, the beneficiaries of white privilege.

And see:

A worried Israeli’s perspective on America’s indecent presidential battle – David Horovitz – The times of Israel 03.11.16
I used to think we were the ones with the threatened democracy, extremist fringe and untrustworthy media. Then along came Donald Trump.

Israelis prefer Clinton over Trump, poll suggests – The Times of Israel 04.11.16
In contrast to ‘exit survey’ of actual Israel-based voters published last week, just 32% of respondents would like to see GOP take the White House.

Trump’s race problem could hand the Democrats a generation of voters
- Rakib Ehsan – The Conversation UK 03.11.16

Fears about black turnout keep Dems awake
– Jordan Fabian – The Hill 03.11.16

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