Golda: Golda Meir, the romantic years
Born in Russia in 1893, Golda Meir emigrated to America with her family when she was three. She grew up a headstrong girl, eventually becoming one of the greatest women of the century--through her efforts in Israel's fight for freedom. Two 8-page photo inserts.
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The Journey Home: Jewish Women and the American Century
No preview available - 1997