Israel: The Tabenkin Institute for Kibbutz Studies, Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House, 1984. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 246 pp. Very Good. Item #71080
Text is in Hebrew. Articles are "The Jewish Volunteer Movement during the First World War," Yitzhak Tabenkin, "Hayim Arlosoroff the Statesman," David ben Gurion, "The formation of the Kvutza Ideology (ssecond part)," Baruch Ben Avram, "The Establishment of the hechalutz Organization in Germany," Hana Weiner, "Activities aiming at the Establishment of Jewish Settlement in Transjordania," Zvi Ealan, "The Dispute over the Aims of the Haapalah 1945-1948," Zeev Tzachor, "The Urban Kibbutz - Past and Future," Zeev Tsur, "Retention of Kibbutz-born as Members - Introduction to two studies," Uri Levitan, "Study One: Factors that determine Attachment of the kibbutz-born to Kibbutz Life and the Reasons for their departure," Levitan, "Determinants of Success in absorbing Kibbuts-born as Kibbutz Members," Levitan, Orchan, Avnat, "The Balance of Content in Kibbutz Magazims," Shimon Shur, "The Yarblum Letters to Tabenkin," Matityahu Mintz.