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<p>1. To whom is Amos Oz speaking in the "An Argument on Life and Death (B)." 2. What seem to be

the main points of agreement or disagreement between Oz and his audience? In what sense is their dispute one over the meaning and future of Zionism, and of Israel as a Jewish state?  Why does he call this "an argument on life and death?" </p>

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