What If Everyone Is Right?

Milkud 67: ha-rai’onot me-acharei ha-machloket she-kora’at et Yisrael (Catch 67: The Ideas Behind the Controversy Tearing Israel Apart)

by Micah Goodman

Kinneret Zmora-Bitan Dvir, 224 pp., 97 NIS

In his last speech as an active member of the Knesset, David Ben-Gurion warned his country’s political establishment about a dilemma into which he feared it was likely to fall: 

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About the Author

Avi Shilon is a postdoctoral fellow at Ben-Gurion University. He is the author of Menachem Begin: A Life (Yale University Press) and Ben-Gurion: His Later Years in the Political Wilderness (Rowman & Littlefield). 


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