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Todd May, PhD Biography

Professor of Philosophy at Clemson University
Con to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?"

“I long favored a two-state solution. It seemed to me the best of a set of bad solutions to the problem of two peoples living side by side on a small parcel of land. I believe now that I was wrong. The two-state solution is neither moral nor realistic. The only politically and ethically viable approach to the problem of Israel and Palestine is to support a single democratic secular state that provides equal rights for all of its citizens.”

“Toward a True Democratic State in the Middle East: The Emerging Case for a Single-State Solution,” Counterpunch, Sep. 9, 2004

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Professor of Philosophy at Clemson University
  • PhD, Penn State University, 1989
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Quoted in:
  1. Should Israel Continue to Receive Aid from the United States?