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James Zogby is founder and president of the Washington, D.C.-based Arab American Institute and a senior advisor to the polling firm Zogby International. He writes a weekly column that appears in twenty Arab newspapers and hosts a weekly call-in discussion program on Abu Dhabi television. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Democratic National Committee, and co-chair of the DNC’s Resolutions Committee, he and his wife Eileen live in Washington, D.C.
Table of Contents
Preface * Chapter 1: The Day That Didn’t Change Everything * Chapter 2: Listening in the Levant * Chapter 3: Knowledge Wars * Chapter 4: Lord Balfours, Then and Now * Part II: Beyond Super Myths: Who Are the Arabs and What Do They Want? * Chapter 5: Super-Myth One: This World Is Flat * Chapter 6: Super-Myth Two: A Fictional Unity * Chapter 7: Super Myth Three: The Angry Arab * Chapter 8: Super-Myth Four: The Lens of Islam * Chapter 9: Super Myth Five: Immutability, or the Frozen Camel * Part III: Why It Matters: Blunders, Failures, and Fallout * Chapter 10: Iraq: History Cuts Like A Knife * Chapter 11: Lebanon: Hearing Half the Story * Chapter 12: Saudi Arabia: Their Reform, Not Ours * Chapter 13: Palestine: A Wound in the Heart * Chapter 14: Arab Americans: Bridging the Divide * Part IV: Getting It Right * Chapter 15: What Government Can Do * Chapter 16: What We Can Do