MIDDLE EAST: Will the Working Paper Work?

If it does, it's no labor of love for the principals involved

"The conversation with President Carter was brutal. The President accused Israel of putting obstacles in the way of reaching a peace treaty. He warned, if you do not reach an agreement with us, you will remain isolated throughout the world. My response was, I prefer a split in relations between Israel and the U.S. rather than a Palestinian state. I was not too polite in my response to the President. "

That was Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan's version last week of...

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