"An important new book that rejects the manipulation of Jewish victimhood in the name of Israel's domination of the Palestinians.... Important and timely for the future of Israel."--Roger Cohen, "The New York Times"
"Passionately argued."-- David Remnick, "The New Yorker"
"Mr. Beinart has a book ... called "The Crisis of Zionism." Chapter five, on 'The Jewish President, ' fully justifies the cover price."--Bret Stephens, "The Wall Street Journal"
"A terrifyingly frank account of our current state of affairs."--Andrew Sullivan""
"Mr. Beinart thinks America's Jews must redeem both themselves and Israel by rededicating themselves to Israel's ethical character. . . . The sentiment is noble, and the message deserves to be heard."--"The Economist"
"An impressive achievement." - Alan Wolfe, "The Chronicle of Higher Education"
"[A] probing, courageous and timely book... [It] marks a significant evolution in the debate over Israel."--"The National Interest"
"A passionately argued work that will evoke intense debate."--"Booklist"
"An elegant, deeply honest look at the failure of Jewish liberalism in forging Israel as a democratic state... Straight talk by a clear-thinking intellectual with his heart in the right place."--"Kirkus Reviews
""Peter Beinart has written a deeply important book for anyone who cares about Israel, its security, its democracy, and its prospects for a just and lasting peace. Beinart explains the roots of the current political and religious debates within Israel, raises the tough questions that can't be avoided, and offers a new way forward to achieve Zionism's founding ideals, both in Israel and among the diaspora Jews in the United States and elsewhere."--President Bill Clinton
"Peter Beinart has written the outstanding Zionist statement for the twenty-first century. "The Crisis of Zionism" is a courageously scathing critique of the sorry state of Zionism today and a clarion call to reaffirm the linkage of l