This book takes the reader to the very soul of a nation in conflict. The first half traces the historical internal divisions, exploring the ways in which a nation of extraordinary, unifying purpose became a nation of such deeply divided aspirations. It begins with the Six Day War of 1967, an unprecedented and still unmatched moment in Israeli history. Also chronicled is the cascading impact of the war, from the birth of the settlement movement in the late 1960s, to the era of land for peace under Yitzhak Rabin in the 1990s.
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