After Golda, Abba?

April 1972
Time;4/10/1972, Vol. 99 Issue 15, p37
The article focuses on the potential candidates for the premiership of Israel in 1973, which include Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir and Foreign Minister Abba Eban. It says that Sapir was the early-form choice for the election, however, experienced personal misfortunes including the death of his wife and the illness of his grandson. Meanwhile, Eban who was admitted to the Labor Party has soften his heavily starched image and allowed himself to be photographed at the Suez Canal with his wife Suzy.


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