Reporters' Roundtable: A Fatah-Hamas Government; Erasing Maine's Labor History

This week on the Reporters’ Roundtable, host Josh Nathan-Kazis speaks with Forward editor Jane Eisner about the future of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and the U.S. role therein, following an announcement that Fatah and Hamas would form a national-unity government. Josh is also joined by contributing writer Maia Efrem to discuss the decision by Maine governor Paul LePage to remove a public mural depicting labor leaders, including Rose Schneiderman. Lastly (and on a much lighter note), Josh explains the curious Passover candy known as “Space Ducks.”

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