Livni talks to Haaretz about politics, economics, and the 'greatest tragedy facing Israel'
She befriends tycoons and isn't ashamed of it, would reward Haredim for cooperating, and says peace matters more than prices.
Tzipi Lizni has come a long way from her Betar roots, the Zionist youth movement embraced by her family and home. This is a woman whose mother was the subject of one of the most famous songs of the Etzel pre-state underground militia; the same young politician who started her career under the wings of the neo-liberal Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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