In her article Adi Mintz argues that while for some the Disengagement in 2005 represented a pinnacle of democracy, she experienced it as a deterioration of democracy. At the center of her argument is what she considers to be Ariel Sharon's referendum-dismissive nature, as she suggests that what took place during the Disengagement was not a "truly democratic struggle for public opinion."
From Gush Emunim to the Price Tag Attacks
The Yesha Council and its Campaign Against the Security Fence and the Disengagement Plan
Legal, Social, and Cultural Aspects
Disengagement 2005 as a Test Case