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Men of a certain age want a legacy

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Submitted by Arthur Cohn (United States), Apr 5, 2005 at 15:47

As I approach my seventieth birthday, I realize that I have intensified thinking about the legacy of my life. With Rabin and Sharon, I think that this is a major reason for their action.(This does not apply totally to Netanyahu) With only a few more years to live, their good sense escaped fron them as they saw a glimmer of a policy that might leave a lasting monumental legacy.
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