The Global Lawyer: Herman Schwartz's Amazing Legacy

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Meet the U.S. lawyer responsible for civil society in Israel.

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  • Robin Guttman

    How dare you say "Wall running through the heart of Israel" Where are the Arab partners? Israel bends over backwards but gets trashed no matter what it does. That last comment is gratuitous and unnecessary to an otherwise lovely article.

  • Jonathan Groner

    Very thoughtful summary of an amazing program, Michael. It is really sad that there is so much polarization in Israel, and it has only gotten worse in recent years.

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