Jeremy Rabkin is a professor of law at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.
In its definition of the nation, it follows a pattern common in the founding documents of many countries, including other advanced democracies.
The Jewish state is unique both in the strength of its democracy and in the self-assurance of the judges who challenge its democracy. It may be fated to remain so.
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