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Marc Schulman
Historian, Teacher, Journalist, Apple Developer, regular columnist in Newsweek - Tel Aviv Diary, regular TV commentator . Email: Marc@Multied.com
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Marc Schulman 15h
Replying to @paulkrugman
Israel is currently at 25% starting a number slightly below the US. The only difference is Israel started earlier and took actions across the whole country, in the US it is still rolling, but there is no reason to believe it will be any lower than 30% in six weeks.
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Historycentral.com 18h
On this day, April 3rd , in 1948 President Truman signed the Marshall Plan into law. The plan provided over the next four years, over $12 billion ($100 Billion in today’s money) to the countries of Europe.
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Marc Schulman Apr 2
My take on the political news from Israel. Yes, that is still happening - Apr. 2, 2020 via
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Marc Schulman Apr 2
The Israeli government just approved the regulation to put B’nei Brak under complete isolation no one in and no one out. A paratroop brigade will sent in to help residents and enforce the regulations. Estimates are that 40% of residents (240,000) have .
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Marc Schulman Apr 2
Since 1982 the Likud has had an unbreakable bond wit the Ashkenazi Charedim. Before that agreement Charedim participated in the workforce like other Israelis. You expect Netanyahu to give-up that alliance? I hope he is listening to you but ..
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Historycentral.com Apr 2
On this day, April 2, in 1917 President Wilson addressed Congress and requested that it declares war on Germany. Wilson had promised to keep American out of war. Germans actions had convinced Wilson he had not choice.
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Marc Schulman Apr 2
There are now 6360 people in who have been diagnosed with . 872 in hospitals 3569 home care 720 hotels 871 TBD 301 recovered 106critical 31 dead
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Marc Schulman Apr 1
Which is because Italy has been under nationwide curfew for over two weeks. We have state that are not even telling people to stay home. The Italians started to take this seriously a month ago the US government only decided it was not a flu a week ago
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Marc Schulman Apr 1
On this day April 1 in 1815 Otto von Bismarck was born Bismarck went on to be the Chancellor of Prussia and then succeeded in unifying Germany. He was the Chancellor of Germany until 1890.
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Marc Schulman Apr 1
On this day April 1 in 1815 Otto von Bismarck was born Bismarck went on to be the Chancellor of Prussia and then succeeded in unifying Germany. He was the Chancellor of Germany until 1890.
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Marc Schulman Apr 1
As of 8 Am 5129 confirmed cases of in 637 in hospitals 3062 home care 689 hotels 956 TBD 226 recovered 97 in critical condition 21 deaths
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Marc Schulman Mar 31
I fear this is not correct, it might have been if everything had been put in freeze (rent payments loan payment etc) but you will not be able to resume where you left off, many business will be gone, and demand for everything but essentials will take a long time to come back
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Marc Schulman Mar 31
It’s rare I agree with but I do here. The reason I do not have PhD after my name is a direct result of the strong anti Israel views of some of the faculty, and my ability to win the battle with them, and there ability to retaliate by ensuring I lose the war
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Historycentral.com Mar 31
On this day March 31 1968, President Johnson announced,“I will not seek and will not accept the nomination of my party as your President.”The growing unpopularity of the Vietnam War was the major factor to the president’s decision.
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Marc Schulman Mar 31
now has 4831 confirmed cases of cases . 573 in hospitals)83 in critical condition 2580 in home care 619 in hotels 879 TBD 163 recovered 17 dead
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Marc Schulman Mar 31
Replying to @AdamMilstein
You continue to give strange numbers. The US death rate was 1.65 pct, and thousands of people have had to be on respirators, so you cannot say that Coronavirus is mild for 99% of the people. 80 pct might be right.
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Marc Schulman Mar 30
No the number that keeps sending is just wrong. 253 people died yesterday in New York State
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Marc Schulman Mar 30
The new Israeli economic plan is very limited, it will not solve any problem. The saddest part NIS 1000 if you hire back a worker. It sounds like a lot of money NIS 70 Billion but half is in loans
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Marc Schulman Mar 30
My series on Israeli history. The Yom Kippur event that had a profound impact on me.Israel was reeling from it when I made Aliyah and,it was an IDF reacting to that war, that I served in starting in 1975. via
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Historycentral.com Mar 30
On this day March 30 in 1981, President Reagan was shot and gravely wounded by a lone gunman, John Hinckley Jr. President Reagan recovered fully, but press secretary, Jim Brady, was wounded in the head, died from his injuries in 2014.
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