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Shimon Peres Never Stopped Looking for New Solutions to Old Problems

Shimon Peres never stopped seeking. He was always looking for new solutions to old problems ? and even ancient enmities. The older he got, the more he looked ahead, observing how the world was changing and what it would mean, including for the survival of Israel, the nation of which he was among the founding generation. This journey took him along markedly different paths at different times.
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