ISRAEL: B.-G. 's Dilemma

Almost never in their long history have the Jews achieved political unity. In modern Israel, though they have gotten together to achieve statehood, the Jews are politically as disunited as ever. The tiny country has accomplished a great deal since its birth three years ago. It has managed to 'survive as a state, in itself no mean feat; it has built an army which has the respect of the hostile Arab nations, and it has gathered in some 600,000 immigrants from Africa, Europe and the Middle East. But political factions, seizing on...

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