Jewish Nationalism, the Jewish State, and the Unresolved Jewish Dilemma
Description: In this National Jewish Book Award-winning history, British journalist and historian Geoffrey Wheatcroft shows how Zionism, proposed as a solution to the national homelessness of the Jewish people, has raised as many questions as it has answered. Wheatcroft examines the debate over Jewish nationalism, from the time of Theodore Herzl's invention of the term "Zionism" in 1896 through Israeli Prime Minister Rabin's assassination in 1995. This remarkable book will instill a deep appreciation of current struggles in the Middle East as well as the centuries-long Jewish dilemma
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