It calls for Israeli withdrawal to the borders Israel had prior to the June 1967 war and endorses the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all states. It speaks of resolving the Palestinian dimension of the conflict. Though only a think-tank report, it becomes the blueprint for the Carter administration’s effort to have Israel withdraw from most if not all the territories. It sets his presidency up on a confrontation course against Israel’s government under Begin that does not want foreign sovereignty in the West Bank, Gaza, the Golan, and Jerusalem.(source)
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