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the middle class and, in general, the common folk, and not those with special social
standing or exceptional natural gifts, who still have the strongest, healthy sense of
community and of self-sacrifice. It was there that I got the impression that if we
could succeed in establishing a center for the Jewish people in Palestine, we will
have again an intellectual center and the feeling of isolation will leave us, despite
the fact that most of us are scattered in all countries. This is the great liberating ef-
fect that I expect from the rebuilding of Palestine. (Thunderous, repeated applause).