Newspaper: Jewish Herald
subjects:Security - Army. States - Britain/England, France, USA. Underground - British Mandate, Etzel, Haganah, Saison. Liberty of Men - censorship. Constitution , Individuals - David Ben-Gurion, Moshe Dayan, Moshe Sharett, Moshe Sneh. Foreign Policy - Diplomacy. Political Parties - General Zionists, Mapai. Government , Greater Land of Israel - Greater Israel. Legislature-Army relationship , Peace , Separation of Powers , Diaspora - The Jewish Agency. Education - Youth
Begin focuses on David Ben Gurion's involvement in the Government and other political figures in Government who he deems as "leaders who do not want to want." He first speaks about Ben Gurion's writings, which simplify how the State was reborn. Furthermore, Begin criticizes Ben Gurion of overstepping his boundaries as past Prime Minister. His actions, Begin argues, weakens the Government and the Government's image in the eyes of other nations. Begin then speaks about Dayan's role as Chief of Staff. As Chief of Staff, Begin explains that it is crucial for Dayan to be non-partisan. Begin shifts to his main point that despite what others are saying, Israel is currently in a war. He explains that to end the war with Arabs and liberate the rest of the Homeland, Israel has every right to fight the war. He also explains that without war, at the right moment, Israel can succeed. Begin concludes that the latter option cannot happen with leaders who "do not want to want."