Why Are Some Nonprofits More Equal Than Others?
A few enjoy large tax breaks while others, whose founders did not have the ear of government officials, do not.
In 1962, when no one in the State of Israel was yet talking about tycoons and the link between money and power, Levi Eshkol, finance minister at the time, gave a slip of paper to Baron Rothschild.
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