Israel's Mr. Clean

Kondracke, Morton
February 1977
New Republic;2/26/77, Vol. 176 Issue 9, p6
Focuses on the political candidacy of Yigal Yadin in Israel. Information on his biblical interpretations of the political state of the country; Discussion of the issues dividing the Labor Party's candidates for prime minister; Detail of the scandal involving Asher Yadlin, former head of health services; Statement that the very existence of Israel depends on reforms; Failure of the governments because they lack the outrage to sacrifice its own interest to the interest of the state; View of Yadin on elections in regard to the problems faced by Israel; Description of the problems faced by the people of Israel; Charges that the opposition party has come to be part of the same system as Labor only in smaller degree; Report that Yadin he thinks that the U.S. and Israel should reach a better understanding about what their mutual interests are.


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