Dominance: micro/macro

Mr. Netanyahu has linked Israel’s future to one segment of the American political spectrum: that electoral minority – we say again, minority.

February 11, 2016 22:00
4 minute read.
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Most Israelis, I suspect, are pretty decent people once you get to know them. But it’s the culture of dominance – the arguing and shouting; the rudeness and arrogance and abuse; the petty and not-so-petty lying and cheating – that dominates the Israeli public world.

From the local greengrocer to the highest levels of business and government, the culture of dominance, nastiness and bullying prevails. This is the culture that the world perceives. America, especially.


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