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Allison Benedikt's stream-of-consciousness narrative of how she turned against the American Zionist movement is making ripples in the blogosphere.

It's essentially a story about a journey from naivete to cynicism (and back again?), but it's an interesting one, especially if you've grown up in a similar cultural milieu, or have an interest in American Zionism.

See Goldblog's response here (he's not terribly impressed), and Sullivan here (he is impressed). I'd give you money quotes, but to be honest, this type of writing doesn't lend itself to quoting.
 


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