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June 1970
New Republic;6/27/70, Vol. 162 Issue 26, p4
Focuses on the support of the U.S. government for Israel in relation to the Israeli-Arab Conflict. Description of Israel as a democratic and technologically modern country; Geopolitical history of Israel; Sale of Phantom jets and Skyhawks by the U.S. to Israel.


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