BROOKS: “And then, more on the progressive side, they have shifted and adopted a policy which has not been the traditional Democratic policy of, more or less, one state. 'From the river to the sea' is what gets chanted. And so it’s not clear to me what they think that one state looks like, but it’s clearly not the traditional policy we associate with the Democratic Party, which has been very supportive of Israel. And I think it’s not only on the Middle East. On a bunch of other issues, you’re seeing this beginning — this rupture between progressives, who tend to be younger, and liberals, who tend to be older. And we’re seeing it in spades in the case of Israel-Gaza policy."