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An Article That Withstands the Test of Time

Reader comment on item: How Important Is the PLO?

Submitted by David Gerstman (United States), May 26, 2002 at 17:14

To understand what the PLO is about, one must read this article. The PLO, and its successor, the Palestinian Authority, has more in common with an organized crime family than it does with a revolutionary movement. "How Important is the PLO?" stands out in a time of bio-degradable journalism as an observation that has withstood the test of time nearly 20 years later.
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