Two Views of New York
The ex-American arrived in the city having just done thirty-five days of reserve duty in the Israeli army. He needed rest and recreation.
He required, in fact he deserved, a complete change from playing nursemaid to the mainly teenaged Palestinian rioters awaiting trial in one of the army’s many holding pens on the West Bank. He had had enough boredom, trouble, high alertness. Therefore he had headed for Manhattan.
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