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I am the anon you're replying

I am the anon you're replying to and I'm a bit confused by the first part of your comment. I wasn't thinking of Ben Gurion, I hadn't even heard of him. My argument is that Zionism used to be a term that was able to encompass anti-State aspirations. (I could drop a name or two if you really want, but most of the most anarchistic people in the movement have probably been forgotten to history, as is the way of history.) Giving the name of a single Zionist social democrat does not refute this.

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