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bphysical, manual labor and occupational vocations. A cam- bpaign to hire Jewish workers shall be given top priority.

bThe question of the poor and deprived in Israel is one bthat is loaded with potential for explosion. The desperate bproblem of young couples unable to find decent housing be- bcause of the staggering costs; the pitiful state of education; bthe lack of schools and centers to impart values and training; bthe escalating costs of food and all basic items—all add up to ba social problem that could erupt into riots and civil war. bThe shchunot (“neighborhoods”) are centers of conflict be- btween rich and poor, Sephardim and Ashkenazim. Money is bneeded for housing, jobs, basic needs. There simply has not bbeen enough money until now.

bThe transfer of the huge bulk of Arabs from the country bwill enable the government each year to transfer many bbillions in funds previously spent on the Arab sector to the bimpoverished Jewish classes. The left bemoans the fact that bthere is not enough money for both the poor and the new bsettlements. Nonsense! The monies that are today spent on bArab national insurance, welfare, schools, health facilities, broads, sanitation, and all the other services can be made bavailable for Jewish needs. Removal of the Arabs will be a bgiant step toward removal of both enemy and poverty.

bThere are many benefits. The Arab property—homes, bfields, and villages—that will be bought by the government bcan be made available to young couples under a population- bdispersal program, which will be a boon to the country bstrategically, socially, and economically.

bThe exodus of the Arabs will put an end to the whole- bsale seizure of state land, which would then become avail- bable for settlements of all kinds.

bThe exodus of Arab workers, far from being a perma- bnent blow to the economy, will prove a blessing. Because of bthe availability of plentiful and cheap Arab labor, Jews bbegan to shun manual, physical labor. The result was a sick, bunhealthy society in which Jews used and then came to de- bpend on Arabs to do the vital but unsavory tasks without bwhich no society can exist. Not only did the Arabs create a bcrisis in terms of a dangerous Jewish disdain of physical la- b 

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