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The Newspaperman Who Championed Sad Tulsa

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The Newspaperman Who Championed Sad Tulsa


David Remnick profiled Naftali Bennett when he changed into a rising celebrity in Israeli politics. Now, as Prime Minister, Bennett leads a coalition executive that functions leftists and an Arab-Israeli event, but nothing appears more likely to shake Bennett’s exhausting line on the Palestinian count on. Plus, a scrutinize at A. J. Smitherman, who founded one in all the country’s first Sad-owned dailies, in Tulsa’s Greenwood district. Smitherman addressed his eloquence and his ire at civic nuisances and at the gravest injustices of American existence. He documented Greenwood at its high, within the years sooner than the Tulsa Bloodbath, and he tried to total its destruction.

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Naftali Bennett and the Current Hard Line in Israeli Politics

Israel’s contemporary coalition executive includes leftists and an Arab-Israeli event, but nothing appears more likely to shake the Prime Minister’s exhausting line on the Palestinian count on.


The Newspaperman Who Championed Sad Tulsa

A. J. Smitherman founded one in all the principle Sad-owned dailies. He addressed his eloquence and his ire at civic nuisances and at the gravest injustices of American existence.


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The Newspaperman Who Championed Sad Tulsa