By Avi Shilon
Based on his own documents and new interviews along with his intimate family and friends, the e-book unearths how the founding father explored the Israeli institution he created and from which he later disengaged. It presents an intensive exam of the decisive moments within the annals of Zionism as printed throughout the lens of Ben-Gurion’s worldview, that are nonetheless proper to present-day Israel.
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