Socialism vs. Social Justice: The myth of the 'chevrati' campaign
In the wake of the mass protest of 2011, it seemed like social and fiscal policies would take center stage in the next election. But it is now safe to say that, as always in the past, questions of war and peace will prevail.
The only moment in the last four years in which Likud leaders felt they may lose the next elections was towards the end of July 2011, when they realized that the social justice protests that had begun in the tent encampment on Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard had grown into a mass movement encompassing hundreds of thousands of middle-class Israelis clamoring for economic and social reform. If this...
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