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- Jewish Political Greatness: 11 Studies in Statesmanship with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik. In this series of eleven live online lectures, join Rabbi Meir Soloveichik in studying some of the most interesting and important Jewish political figures over the past two millennia—from King David to Queen Esther, from Yochanan Ben Zakkai to Don Isaac Abravanel, from Benjamin Disraeli to Herzl and Begin. In the process, we will ponder what Jewish tradition uniquely teaches about the nature of statesmanship, and what we must bear in mind as we prepare and mold the Jewish and Zionist political leaders of the future. Sign up here.