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The Pulse-Taker

A look at pollster Jim Gerstein, J Street’s man behind the scenes

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J Street Speakers Talk Generation Gap

At conference’s opening night

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On Eve of Conference, J Street Chief Talks Intermarriage

Also Zionism, politics, with ‘Atlantic’ correspondent Goldberg

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Livni Praises J Street

And implicitly disses Netanyahu

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Sundown: Oren Says No

Israel ambassador to skip J Street, plus planets’ names, Lambert’s laments, and more

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Poets Protest J Street Cancellation

Plays are slated to take their place

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J Street Has Its Logic Backward

‘Peace’ should come before ‘Israel,’ argues commentator

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J Street Cancels Poetry Session

After ‘Weekly Standard’ applies pressure

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Sundown: One Last KISS?

N.Y. pols abandon J Street, a rough pageant, and a would-be Jewish state

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J Street Conference Marks Shift

Group deserves credit for moving U.S. views on Israel, Alterman says in ‘NYT’

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Oren Still Undecided on J Street Conference

‘Forward’ reports that ambassador is still considering invitation

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Sundown: Wild Things

Molestation arrests up in Brooklyn, mock court puts Abbas in slammer, Maurice Sendak, and more

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Israel’s D.C. Embassy Slaps Down J Street

Bad PR for the left-leaning Israel lobby group

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Daybreak: Mixed Expectations for Summit

Obama says one thing, Peres says another, and more in the news

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J Street Debuts in ‘Times Magazine’

Left-leaning Israel lobby group is generational shift, James Traub says

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J-Street Adopts MoveOn Strategy

To be more like AIPAC

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Israel Second?

New National Jewish Democratic Council president David Harris must lead the group in the age of Obama

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A New Street on the Block

Introducing Z Street, a counterpoint to J Street

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What Did We Learn?

It wasn’t Obama who was on the spot when the Jewish leaders came to call

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Jewish Leaders Meet With Obama

And everyone seems impressed

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Sundown: Feet, Meet Mouths

Criminals, candidates, and literary giants show their true colors.