The Israel of Moshe Dayan.

Mitla Pass, by Leon Uris (1988, Doubleday Books) This great novel starts out with the unscripted plans of the Israelis for the 1956 Sinai Peninsula conflict with the Egyptian armies as supported by an air corps of volunteer pilots, etc., from places like Poland and Czechoslovakia that were supposed to be good proving grounds for […]

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Modern Media Computing : Music and the Like to Eyes and Ears (Empire of the Senses, … )

  THE ATTENTION MERCHANTS, by Tim Wu (2016, Knopf Publishers) This book is an answer to many questions, including a naming of “who’s who” in technology over the past twenty years, and at the same time brings to the proverbial table a variety of perceptions about technology and the media and its propensity to invite […]

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Peace of the Prophets — of Love and Necessity, and the World Safe for Democracy.

NO ROOM FOR SMALL DREAMS, BY SHIMON PERES (2017, HARPER COLLINS.)   Perhaps additionally as the greatly longitudinal legacy of David Ben – Gurion, we have this fantastic though too short in content memoire by his disciplined pupil Shimon Peres. An informal autobiography having to do with one of the original founders of the state […]

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