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Golda Meir, Israel's Fourth Prime Minister (1969–74)

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The article deals with Golda Meir, who was a prominent leader of Israel and the Prime Minister during the Yom Kippur War (1973). Its main points are:

    Her road towards the national leadership during the “Yishuv” period.

    Her political role under David Ben-Gurion and Levi Eshkol as Minister of Labor (1949–1956) and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1956–1966)

    Meir as political leader: the way she lead her party and how she was a symbol of the national agreement

    Meir as diplomatic leader: her attitude during the negotiation attempt with Egypt (The Secretary of the State's Plan – 1970 ; Moshe Dayan's intention to open the Suez Canal – 1971)

    Meir as social leader: the strengthening of the welfare – state

    Meir during the Yom Kippur War: The War as a result of her policy; Her leadership during the crisis
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2011

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