Senate’s Israel Anti-Boycott Act has good intentions, but bad results

David Schraub quoted by, July 22, 2017

Schraub points out that contrary to some of the early reports, neither old nor new versions ban (nor could they, given the First Amendment) “support” for a boycott in the everyday sense of sympathizing with it or speaking out in its favor. Instead, both ban a list of actions taken to advance a boycott.