Why the U.S. Constitution Is Everything the Jewish Nation-state Bill Is Not

Unlike the American document of great vision and farsightedness, the Israeli bill is petty and political, and serves the interests of the moment.

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Since the U.S. Constitution was signed in 1787, it has been the basis of American democratic values. Its power rests in the ambiguity that typifies it, in what it does not define clearly and unequivocally....