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    The Walls of Jerusalem, by Chaim Raphael
    1. The Walls of Jerusalem by Chaim Raphael
    The Reporter
    , June 13, 1968, p. 49 - PDF
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                                            1. Who-- What-- Why--, pp. 4-9 - PDF
                                            2. The Reporter's Notes, pp. 10-17 - PDF
                                            3. Farewell to Our Readers by Max Ascoli, p. 18 - PDF
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                                            14. This Must Be the Place by Gerald Weales, pp. 46-48 - PDF
                                            15. [–] Time Past, Time Present by Gertrude Himmelfarb, p. 49 - PDF
                                              - 1 Review
                                              1. The Walls of Jerusalem by Chaim Raphael
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                                              1. The Road to City Hall by Barbara Carter
                                              2. Journey Into Politics by John V. Lindsay
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                                              1. The Road to City Hall by Barbara Carter
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                                    1. The Walls of Jerusalem (1968) by Chaim Raphael
                                      An Excursion into Jewish History
                                      3 Reviews, 1 Readable