by Peter Beinart
In this file photo, Israeli Amishai Shav-Tal, 31, one of the founders of the West Bank Jewish settlement of Bruchin, looks at an aerial photo of the settlement.
April 3, 2012 Journalist Peter Beinart supports Israel but thinks the Jewish settlements in the West Bank are compromising Israel's commitment to democracy. He has proposed a boycott of goods made in those Jewish settlements.
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Ian Jack's "Five Boys: The Story of a Picture" goes in search of the true story behind this 1937 photo of Peter Wagner, Thomas Dyson, George Salmon, Jack Catlin and George Young.
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June 16, 2010 The Daily Beast editor-in-chief joins NPR's Steve Inskeep for another chat about the best reading she's been doing lately — books and articles about an iconic Depression-era photo, campaign promises and a country that has a way of flying too close to the sun.
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