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A study of Jewish and Zionist national history, presenting an approach opposed to the prevalent Zionist ones, stating that the latter are ideological, they often distort historical facts, and they fail to throw light on contemporary Israel and world Jewry. Analyzes the decline of Zionism, and suggests a regional federation of Israel and her Arab neighbors, stating that only within such a federal structure will it be possible to overcome the self-segregating, communal, and protofascist tendencies gathering strength in Israeli society. Ch. 3 (pp. 68-86), "Anti-Semitism: The European Background, " links the rise of antisemitism in the 19th century with growing tensions within the system of European nation-states. The Jewish problem reared its head when Jews, seeking to become integrated as equal citizens in the bourgeois state, encountered the refusal of society (as distinct from the state) to accept them. Contends that the argument that the Jews are "essentially alien" to their host societies, an antisemitic argument swallowed whole by the Zionists, is in reality purely metaphysical. Discusses nationalism, the nation-state, and forces in society which arouse antisemitism under specific circumstances. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)

כותר Jewish state or Israeli nation? / Boas Evron.
מוציא לאור Bloomington : Indiana University Press
שנה c1995
הערות Adapted and translated by the author.
מהדורה מעובדת ומתורגמת של: החשבון הלאומי.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
תיאור xiv, 269 pages
24 cm.
שפה אנגלית
מזהה ISBN0253319633
מספר מערכת 990013280280205171
תצוגת MARC

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