Golda Meir Quote
One of the first sights that shocked me, when I came to Israel in 1921, was an Arab turning over a field with a very primitive plow; pulling the plow were an ox and a woman. Now, if it means that we have destroyed this romantic picture by bringing in tractors, combines, and threshing machines, this is true: we have.
As good as Golda: the warmth and wisdom of Israel's Prime Minister (ed. 1970)