World: Two Voices in Opposition

Leaders of Israel's Labor opposition are now beginning to speak out against Menachem Begin's handling of the peace negotiations. Among the most eloquent are former Premier Yitzhak Rabin and former Foreign Minister Abba Eban. In interviews with TIME Jerusalem Bureau Chief Donald Neff and Correspondent David Halevy, they explained their views:

Rabin: "These Tricks Are So Stupid"

"The government of Israel," says Yitzhak Rabin, "has made too many mistakes, more than we can afford. The first mistake was in the method of negotiating with an Arab leader. One must make absolutely sure there is no misunderstanding, especially in private talks. Begin said...

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