First, David Bar-Illan, director of communications and policy planning in the administration and an adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaks about the effort to make peace in the Middle East between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Then, prolific playwright Neil Simon, who won his first Tony award in 1966 for The Odd Couple, talks about his new memoir, Neil Simon Rewrites. After, the discussion on peace in the Middle East continues with Richard Haas of the Brookings Institution, Seth Lipsky, president of The Forward, and Raghida Dergham, of the London-based Arabic daily, Al Hayat. Finally, former president of the Planned Parenthood organization, Faye Wattleton, speaks about transforming Planned Parenthood from a low-profile educational resource into a forceful political presence in spite of the opposition she faced from within, and without, the organization during her 14 year tenure.moreless
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