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Golda Meir New York Chelsea House Publishers 1985 The state of Israel established on May 14 1948 had many great leaders that helped it to become a state One of them was Golda Meir Golda Meir was one of the most energetic and hardworking women in the world Without her help it is possible that Israel would have never survived as a state in an area surrounded by Arabs With all of the hard work that Golda did for her country she still had time for a family When Golda Meir born Golda Mabovich was in my opinion one of the most energetic and hardworking women in the world If she set out to do something whether it was to wash her families clothes or to create a Jewish state in the land of Israel the job was never left unfinished As a child she decided that she wanted there to be a Jewish state where any Jew would not be refused citizenship She spent her whole life working to achieve this goal and in 1948 her dreams came true After Israel became a state in 1948 there was constant fighting between the Israelis and the Arabs Without her help The Israelis would have possibly never survived as a state In the beginning Israel hardly had any weapons Golda Meir once again decided she wanted to help Israel so she went to the United States and She went to other countries to try to help Israel out with this problem by raising money In the US she gave speeches at universities and she contacted the head government officials to try to borrow some money The US government turned her down but the college students gave her all the money they could spare The government also refused to help Israel out by selling them weapons Once again the college students tried to do their
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