The social protest that erupted in the summer of 2011 was a big bang. It replaced Israel’s diplomatic-security agenda with a socioeconomic agenda. It put the middle class and its problems at the center of public life. It let loose in the city streets a dragon of civic discontent that demanded radical change and didn’t accept Israel’s domestic situation as it was.
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