Ellen Willis: Is There Still a Jewish Question? Why I’m an Anti-Anti-Zionist

By Ellen Willis
Tablet Magazine

Willis_Essential coverEarly ’90s, post-Bosnia conversation with a longtime political friend I’ve met by chance on the street: “I’ve come to see nationalism as regressive, period. I can’t use phrases like ‘national liberation’ and ‘national self-determination’ with a straight face anymore.”

“You know, Ellen, there’s one inconsistency in your politics.”

“What’s that?”

“lsrael.”

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