PARIS—Forty-nine years ago last week, a 17-year-old Jonathan Netanyahu—having recently arrived in America from Israel with his parents and two younger brothers—wrote a remarkable letter to a friend back home. “Man does not live forever, and he should put the days of his life to the best possible use,” he wrote. “I only know that I don’t want to reach a certain age, look around me and suddenly discover that I’ve created nothing.”

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