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Gil Troy received his undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees from Harvard University and is a professor of History at McGill University.
The author of five books, four of which concern American presidential history, and one of which concerns his own “Why I Am A Zionist: Israel, Jewish Identity and the Challenges of Today.”
Professor Gil Troy contributes regularly to a variety of publications and appears frequently in the media as a commentator and analyst on subjects relating to history and politics.
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