Givat Haviva, Israel: Bet Barukh Lin, Merkaz le-heker tenu'at ha-po'alim, 1971. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 208 pp., yellowed paper. Good. Item #65145
Text is in Hebrew mostly. Article on the historical background and the unique quality of the groups that settled Nahalal, Ein-Harod, Bet-Alpha and Hefzibah by Dan Gil'adi, the second installment on Shlomo Kaplansky's contribution to Socialist-Zionist theory and practice, "The Idea of the Histadruth - Inception and Change," Israel Kollat, "The Bolshevization of the Bund," Zvi Gittelman, "The History of Hashmoer Hatzair in Poland (1933-1936)," Moche Chizik, "Left Opposition in the Histadruth," Israel Kessar, original letters of labour unions and Yemenite workers to the founders of Tel-Aviv from the Achives of the Tel-Aviv municipality, Zeev Studny's memoir of the first attempts at Arab-Jewish labor organization of railroad workers during the early twenties, London journal of Moshe Natani, a chapter from "Struggles on the Road," by Esther Rosental-Schneider.