I was interested in the academic question raised by your criticisms of J Street and I thought you might be interested in this analysis I did of some of our data which we collect on war and peace attitudes as well as identification with country. It's certainly not conclusive since we didn't survey J Street supporters, but perhaps suggestive.... http://www.polipsych.com/2009/10/16/j-street-vs-the-weekly-standard-is-it-possible-to-be-pro-peace-and-pro-israel/ Ravi
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from the article: Sure, J Street is pro-peace - but is it pro-Israel?