Shlaim, Avi
May 1984
Contemporary Review;May84, Vol. 244 Issue 1420, p225
Literary Criticism
Examines the political conditions in Israel under the leadership of President Menachen Begin, as of May 1984. Role of the Revisionist ideology in the foreign policy implemented by Begin; Concerns of Begin's critics over the potential impact of his appointment on democracy in the country; Factors that contributed to the country's economic ruin.


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