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Ancient Hebrews: Political Power

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The Hebrews held little political power before, during, and after their enslavement in Egypt. At first, the Hebrews were nomads, so there was little to no political power to be had. Then, to escape the harsh desert they lived in, many Hebrews fled to Egypt. The pharaoh feared their growing numbers would cause them to overthrow him, and he enslaved the Egyptians. This lasted ...

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