Tel Aviv: Arkhiyon u-muzeon shel tenu'at ha-avodah (Israel), 1966. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 128 pp., b/w photos. Very Good-. Item #64659
In Hebrew. With a section "Yaacov Zerubavel on His Eightieth Birthday: Selected Writings, 1911-1939." Writings are "Who Shall Be the Pioneers? On the relative roles of private and public wealth in the economic development of Eretz Israel and on Halutzic and unplanned Aliya," "The War in Europe. On the need for the Yishuv to face the immediate future." "From the Hebrew Stage in Jerusalem. The early problems of the Hebrew theater in Eretz Israel," "Four Encounters with 'Habima' - Moscow, Warsaw, Berlin and Tel Aviv," "Our Life and Literature. The early origins of Hebrew Literature in Eretz Israel," "Tradition and Creativity. The author deals with the differences in creativity in traditional and modern Hebrew literature." Articles "Jewish Industrial Workers and Craftsmen in Poland, Between the Two World Wars. A socio-economic and statistical analysis," Raphael Mahler, "The Romantic Element in the Ideology of the Seond Aliyah. A chapter from a larger research work: 'The beginnings of constructive socialism', a study of the ideology of the Labour movement during the Second Aliya," Joseph Gorni, "Zerubavel's Jubilee," B.I. Michaly, "David Edelstadt, A Poet of the Jewish Proletariat. On the hundredth anniversary of his birth," Menashe Gefen.