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Also, 900 people so far have watched the Hebrew Republic lecture (recorded at Vanderbilt University) on You Tube. The lecture provides not so much a synopsis of the book as a context for its themes, that is, for why the peace process is so stuck. (Incidentally, if you have questions you feel the lecture is not addressing, or suggestions for developing the argument, suggestions for other venues, and so forth, please feel free to be in touch at the following email: email@example.com.)