Retiring Democratic Lawmaker: When AIPAC Told Us to Jump, the Party Used to Ask ‘How High?’

For Rep. David Price, being pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian have never been incompatible positions. Ahead of his 2022 retirement, he discusses the impact of J Street and why the two-state solution remains the only option

Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington
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Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington

WASHINGTON – Rep. David Price shook Capitol Hill recently when he announced he is wrapping up his four-decade political career and not seeking reelection in 2022. The 81-year-old North Carolina Democrat has long been considered a party elder renowned for distilling thorny, complicated policy matters into easily digestible points for public consumption.

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