A Nation State in the 21st Century

If we can draw one conclusion from this diverse collection of essays and from the discussions that preceded it, it is this: the ability of Israeli democracy to survive depends to a large extent on making the most of the extended infrastructure—legal, intellectual, and social—built here over the years, in order to respond to the challenges of modern Israel from a place of productive tension between the “Jewish” and the “democratic.”
This is a summary of the Hebrew publication.