New Perspectives on Israeli History: The Early Years of the State.
by Silberstein, Laurence J.
New York University Press
Octavo, paper covers, xii, 281 pp., index
Articles by "Reading Perspectives/ Perspectives on Reading: An Introduction," Laurence J. Silberstein, "The Transition from Yishuv to State: Social and Ideological Changes," Jehuda Reinharz, "The Origins of the Palestinian Refugee Problem," Benny Moris, "One Hundred Years of Social Change: The Creation of the Palestinian Refugee Problem," Kenneth W. Stein, "Early State Policy towards the Arab Population, 1948-1955," Don Peretz, "Initial Israeli Policy Guidelines towards the Arab Minority, 1948-1949," Elie Rekhess, "Arab Historiography of the 1948 War: The Quest for Legitimacy," Avraham Sela, "Attitudes of the Young State of Israel toward the Holocaust and Its Survivors: A Debate over Identity and Values," Dina Porat, "Myths, Symbols, and Rituals of the Emerging State," Myron J. Aronoff, "New Beginning, Old Past: The Collective Memory of Pioneering in Israeli Culture," Yael Zerubavel, "At Half-Mast - Myths, Symbols, and Rituals of the Emerging State: A Personal Testimony of an 'Arab Israeli,'" Anton Shammas, "Israel's Global Foreign Policy, 1948-1956," Uri Bialer, "Zionist-Arab Diplomacy: Patterns and Ambiguities on the Eve of Statehood," Neil Caplan, "Israel-Diaspora Relations in the Early Years of the State," Ronald W. Zweig.
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Book Id: 15041