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PART 2: Does Israel really need a unified civics textbook in a disunified civil society?

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Naftali Bennett: What's the worst threat? Not ISIS or Iran but stagnant thinking. Photo of minister, wearing light-colored shirt, dark suit and no tie, taken during cabinet meeting on Jan. 10, 2016.
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The hubbub over a new edition of an Israeli civics textbook threatens to develop into a furor. Do we really need a unified civics textbook in a disunified civil society?

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