Princes of the Party

   The term applied to generally well-educated, politically sophisticated, and financially secure Likud activists whose fathers (or mothers) had been prominent in the Revisionists, Herut, or Irgun. Among those fitting this description were Ze'ev Binyamin Begin, Tzachi Hanegbi, Uzi Landau, Limor Liv-nat, Dan Meridor, Sallai Meridor, Ronnie Milo, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Ehud Olmert.

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