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1 (Tel Aviv: Akhdut Ha’avoda Publishing, 1929), 2 (Hebrew). thirteen. Zikhronot, vol. 1, 121. bankruptcy four. exertions chief 1. Ben-Gurion, “Hatafkid hamishki shel histadrut hapoalim” [The financial function of the Histadrut], Mima’amad le’am [From classification to country] (Tel Aviv: Davar, 1933), 124 (Hebrew). 2. Zikhronot, vol. 1, Moscow, 24. nine. 1923, 235. three. Ibid. , Moscow, 18. eleven. 1923, 262. four. Ibid. , Moscow, eleven. 10. 1923, 251. five. Ibid. , Moscow, sixteen. 12. 1923, 268. 6. Ibid. , Moscow, 27. 10. 1923, 254–255. 7. Ibid. , sixteen. 12. 1923, 268. eight. Ibid. , 25. eight. 1923, 225. nine. Ben-Gurion, “Hayi’ud haleumi shel ma’amad hapoalim” [The nationwide undertaking of the operating Class], Mima’amad le’am, 232. 10. Ibid. , 233–234. eleven. Ben-Gurion, “Hamashber batsionut utnuat hapoalim” [The trouble in Zionism and the hard work Movement], Mima’amad le’am, 299. bankruptcy five. From exertions chief to nationwide chief 1. Ben-Gurion, “She’elat hamishtar veyahasei shekhenim” [The query of Regime and family members with Neighbors], Akhdut Ha’avoda convention in Ein Harod, We and Our pals (Tel Aviv: Davar Publishing, 1931), seventy four (Hebrew). 2. Ben-Gurion, mins of the Fourth Akhdut Ha’avoda convention, 1924 (Tel Aviv, 1926), p. 30 (Hebrew). three. Arthur Ruppin, from a letter to Dr. Jacobson, Jerusalem, three. 12. 1931, Pirkei hayyai [My lifestyles Story], vol. three (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1968), 203 (Hebrew). four. The Joint Akhdut Ha’avoda and Hapoel Hatzair Secretariat, October 1929, hard work social gathering Archive (LPA), Bulletin no. 1 (Hebrew). five. Ben-Gurion, Diary, 10. 7. 1930, Zikhronot, vol. 1, 417. 6. Ben-Gurion on the Mapai Council, 25. 10. 1930, LPA (Hebrew). 7. Chaim Arlosoroff to Chaim Weizmann, 30. 6. 1932, IDFA, 890/73-3342 (Hebrew). eight. Ben-Gurion, Pegishot im manhigim aravim [Meetings with Arab Leaders] (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1967), 19–20 (Hebrew). nine. Ben-Gurion to Jabotinsky, 38. 10. 1934, IDFA, 890/73-3549 (Hebrew). 10. Jabotinsky to Ben-Gurion, Paris, 29. 10. 1934, IDFA, 890/73-3549 (Hebrew). eleven. Ben-Gurion, Trogen, Switzerland, 14. nine. 1935, Zikhronot, vol. 2, 436. 12. Ben-Gurion, Lucerne, five. nine. 1935, ibid. , 411. thirteen. Ben-Gurion, ibid. , 437. bankruptcy 6. Days of desire, Days of depression 1. Quoted via Norman Rose, Lewis Namier and Zionism (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980), forty two. 2. Doris could to Ben-Gurion, Lancing, 1. 10. 1946, BGA. three. Ben-Gurion on the Mapai relevant Committee, 5–6. 2. 1937, Zikhronot, vol. four (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1974), sixty four. four. Ben-Gurion, assembly of the Jewish organisation government, Fall 1936, IDFA, 890/73-3155. five. Ben-Gurion to the Mapai significant Committee, London, 1. 7. 1937, Zikhronot, vol. four, 257. 6. Ben-Gurion to Amos Ben-Gurion, London, five. 10. 1937, letters to Paula and the youngsters (Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1968), 210. 7. Ben-Gurion on the Mapai imperative Committee, 10. four. 1937, Zikhronot, vol. four, 151. eight. Ben-Gurion to Paula, letters to Paula and the youngsters, 215. nine. Ben-Gurion to Weizmann, 22. eight. 1935, IDFA, 890/73-1958. 10. Ben-Gurion to Brodetzky, four. 1. 1938, IDFA, 890/73-4157/. eleven. Baffy: The Diaries of Blanche Dugdale, 1936–1947, 18. nine. 1938 (London: Vallentine Mitchell, 1973), ninety nine. 12. Ben-Gurion to Eliezer (Kaplan), London, 21. 12. 1938, IDFA, 890/73-3005. thirteen. The twenty first Zionist Congress, 233.