From Binational Society to Jewish State: Federal Concepts in Zionist Political Thought, 1920-1990, and the Jewish People



Yosef Gorni, quot;From Binational Society to Jewish State: Federal Concepts in Zionist Political Thought, 1920-1990, and the Jewish People (Jewish Identities in a Changing World, V. 7)quot;
Publisher: BRILL | 2006 | ISBN 9004155295 | File type: PDF | 201 pages | 1.7 mb
This book explores the federal ideas in the Zionist political thought in two different periods: the British mandate (192-1948), and the years 1967-1992 in the State of Israel. The central issue in this research is to show the search for the establishment of some bi-national Jewish-Arab coexistence in Mandatory Palestine and later in the State of Israel.

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