`Golda' Delightful Biography of Israel's Chief
Peggy Mann is an admirer of
Golda Meir. This proved especially
helpful in her writing of the ex-
cellent biography, "Golda," which
has just been published by Coward,
Miss Iviann (in private life she
is Mrs. William Houlton), caught
the spirit of the great woman who
is Israel's prime minister, and has
proven that age is not an obstacle
to genius. That is why Miss Mann
was able to place emphasis on
Mrs. Meir's assertion: "Age is not
This new biography is an espe-
cially welcome story about the
leading woman and top statesman
of Israel because it is an intimate
document about the heroine of the
book, and also because it covers
the Israel story so well in relation
to the chief character in the dra-
atic story so well depicted.
Originally intended for high
school age readers, "Golda" is
without question splendid material
about Israel and her top leader
for people of all ages. It is a com-
plete story because it traces the
Mabovitch family from Russia to
Life in Wisconsin, early Zionist
activities, leadership in the labor
movement, campaigning for the
ideal of Jewish national rebirth—
then the role of statesmanship for
Israel — all combine to turn
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"Golda" into history as well as
Mrs. Meir's training for the pres-
ent post was extensive, as the
Mann biography shows. She head-
ed major Jewish Agency functions
when the UN Special Commission
on Palestine did its inquiring, and
she was deeply involved in events
that marked the defensive Jewish
actions for Jewish statehood.
The involvement of her family
as described in this book adds the
personal touches that make Golda
a part of the vaster Jewish family.
And there are the political in-
volvements, Mrs. Meir's American
visits, the charm she displayed
and which often disarmed antago-
nists—these were factors that made
Golda a splendid subject for a
biography which, under the title
"Golda," is certain to enchant the
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Feature: "The Cantor is a
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be interviewed by Cantor Harold
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