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May 15, 2008 | 6:00 pmWhat does it mean to be a Jew in a Post-Zionist world?
For centuries, for Jews, the notion of living free in Zion was a dream. In Theodor Herzl's famous essay, "The Jewish State," the journalist and playwright transformed the dream of living in a Jewish state into a goal.