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- American Israel Public Affairs Committee; a pro-Israel lobby in the United States.
"Aipac" is a book by Ian Williams.
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Unsafe at Home and Despised Abroad by D. Jett
Although AIPAC is a powerful lobby, Walt and Mearsheimer had it wrong. The Israel lobby did not distort U.S. policy in the Middle East in the way they claim, unless one considers that policy to have been distorted for the last 60 years.
Life, Love, Lox (2010)
Real-world Advice for the Modern Jewish Girl by Carin Davis
AIPAC is a pro-Israel lobbyist group. Members work with political leaders to champion policies that strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship.Join your local chapter and schmooze with government directors, decision-makers, and a volunteer ...
Jews in American Politics (2004)
Essays by Louis Sandy Maisel, Ira N. Forman, Donald Altschiller
AIPAC is an officially registered lobby headquartered in Washington but maintains a network of regional offices, whose function it is to develop support for the state of Israel in the American government. Its activity includes research, legislative ...
Encyclopedia of Judaism (2005)
by Sara E. Karesh, Mitchell M. Hurvitz
(AIPAC) The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is a lobbying group of Americans supporting an American foreign...
Fortune magazine lists AIPAC as one of the most effective political action committees in the UNITED STATES.
by Paul A. Djupe, Laura R. Olson
—Stephen Sussman America-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is considered by virtually all scholars, commentators, and analysts as the preeminent Jewish lobbying organization.
by Rafael Medoff, Chaim I. Waxman
AMERICAN ISRAEL PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (AIPAC). Known as the ...
Origins, Experiences, and Culture by Mark Avrum Ehrlich
As much as any other organization, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) symbolizes this transition. As it took shape as a pro-Israel lobby on Capitol Hill toward the mid-1950s, the or- ganization's work was largely that of one ...
by Bernard Reich, David H. Goldberg
AIPAC engages the White House and U.S. Congress as well as state and defense departments, and it often has played-off one institution against the other in order to achieve its political interests. Its success is measured by its bipartisanship ...
by R. C. S. Trahair, Robert Lawrence Miller
Following a series of raids on the offices of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in 2004, Franklin was to plead guilty to discussing and passing classified information to two AIPAC officials, Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman, ...
by Mordecai Schreiber
AMERICAN ISRAEL PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (AIPAC). American lobby for Israel that works actively on legislation affecting the State of Israel; established in 1954 in Washington, DC. Widely supported among American Jews, it is ...
by Peter L. Hahn
AMERICAN ISRAEL PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (AIPAC). A powerful pro-Israel political lobby in the United States.
by Robert E. Dewhirst, John David Rausch
American Israel Political Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 222 American National Election Studies ...
An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic by Charles A. Gallagher, Cameron D. Lippard
Nina Rosenwald, the daughter of respected Jewish philanthropist, William Rosenwald, has purportedly supported a sizable number of antiMuslim organizations, including the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). AIPAC has ...
by Martin J. Manning, Clarence R. Wyatt
Controversy regarding lobbying on behalf of Israel continued after the American Zionist Council was reorganized as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), with former Senator William Fulbright and former senior CIA official ...
by Michael Newton
Nuker,” based in Pakistan, penetrated the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) website on November 1, 2000, ...
by Richard T. Schaefer
These right-wing groups include The David Project, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the American Zionism Organization, the American Jewish Congress (which was once liberal), the Agudat Yisroel orthodox groups, and ...
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- AIPAC of wolves
Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC: One of sixteen million convoys of chartered busses heading towards the Washington Convention Center for the AIPAC conference. Can't wait until this thing is over; enough friggin' sirens already.
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- Trump speaking at AIPAC
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- Trump speaking at AIPAC
Trump was the only candidate who wouldn't permit photographers on the floor.
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