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The Last Word

I was born with the State, in 5708. The heroic narrative of Israel, miraculously risen from the ashes, was planted in my marrow.

From Shabbtai at Seventy by Stuart Schoffman | Spring 2018

Telling the Whole Truth: Albert Memmi

"I continue to think, in spite of frequent hesitations, that I must tell not only the truth but the whole truth. And this will be not only my aesthetic signature . . . but my most important political contribution.”

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