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Reflections on the 1950 Blaustein-Ben Gurion ‘Understanding’

Hosted By: Association for Jewish Studies

This panel of the Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference contributes to a deeper perspective of the Ben-Gurion-Blaustein ‘understanding’ in August 1950, the repercussions of which are still pertinent today in research on the changing nature of American Jewish–Israel relations. Speakers include Natan Aridan, Miriam Sanua Dalin, Theodore Sasson and Ilan Troen.

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