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Prime Minister Menachem Begin, President Carter, and a Stopover at the Rebbe's Court
It was a politically chaotic time in Israel. Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin, a member of the Labor Party, resigned, bringing on new general elections. The elections brought dramatic change to the small country. On May 17, 1977, the right-wing Likud Party c...
In his letter of apology, Carter said, "We must not permit criticisms for improvement to stigmatize Israel." Is that all, Mr. Carter?!
Successive American administrations recognized the major role of the Rebbe in providing moral and religious direction for Jews and non-Jews worldwide, and sought his sage counsel on issues of global and local import.
Correspondence between the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson of righteous memory, and President Jimmy Carter, regarding "Education Day U.S.A."
Endorsement of President Jimmy Carter's Education Program - Feb. 7, 1979
Divine Providence has richly blessed this nation and land to be the "bread basket" for many nations, rich and poor. The U.S.A. has been, and will continue to be, an international benefactor on a vast scale, through generous economic and other forms of aid...
On the Inauguration of "Education Day USA" - April 18, 1978
The proclamation of "Education Day, USA" is of extraordinary significance in impressing upon citizens the importance of education, both in their own lives as well as, and even more so, for the young generation in the formative years—particularly in the pr...
A Look Back at a 1981 Pre-Inauguration Address by Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson
On the eve of the presidential transition between the Carter and Reagan administrations, the Rebbe provided perspective on the meaning and importance of majority rule, on the need for due gratitude together with disagreement, and on the importance of trus...
The Rebbe’s gardening paradigm as an antidote to divisiveness and confusion
If I were hurtling down a rabbit-hole and a genie offered me one wish, I would likely request a tour guide. Now tell me that the past ten months haven’t taken us all on a dizzying Ozian spin. Look out the window of your space capsule and you’ll find you’v...
Book Review: Social Vision: The Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Transformative Paradigm for the World, by Philip Wexler with Eli Rubin and Michael Wexler
The truth is, when I first stood there listening to the Rebbe speak about the American educational system, penitentiaries and other broad social issues, something wasn’t resonating. Yes, it was neat to hear a Chassidic rabbi thinking outside of the rabbin...
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