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"a path not taken"
Then U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall told President Truman not to recognize the new Israeli State.
Marshall told Truman that more study was needed on the matter; and that forming the new state of Israel would cause problems in the region for years to come.
How right he was.
Marshall was upset and accused Truman of mixing domestic politics with foreign policy.
How different might the world be today if Truman listened to Marshall; instead of the Jewish lobby of Chaim Weizmann and Eddy Jacobson.
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