The Life and Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin By The Jerusalem Report Staff Edited by David Horovitz (352 Pages)Publisher: Newmarket, 1996
Written by the reporters and editors who knew him best, drawn from interviews with the people who knew him best, this authoritative, entirely new biography traces the extraordinary life of Yitzhak Rabin, from his birth in Jerusalem in 1922 to his assassination in 1995. Also provides in-depth accounts of the events that took place after the assassination including Arafat's "shivah" call on Leah Rabin, and granddaughter Noa Ben-Artzi's eulogy at the funeral. Rich in facts, personal anecdotes, quotes, stories and opinions. 48 photographs.