Unfinished symphony

Paul Greenberg has an outstanding column on the current attempt of the great powers to do for Israel in 2003 what they did for Czechoslovakia in 1938: “The unstrung quartet.” Greenberg notes the pattern involved here: “This latest composition (‘Peace Plan, K872 for Unstrung Harp, Violin Cases and Dynamite’) is really a reworking of the earlier classic, Land for Peace. The overture, Land, was going well until it came to the Peace part, which never materialized. Talk about an unfinished symphony.”

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