What is the relationship of Jews and power in different historical epochs, in different countries in the Diaspora and in my state?
Why focus on the moral improvement, the Jews did not attain the political structure that would protect Jewish civilization in the years of Nazism?
As a Jewish state was at the forefront of the struggle of the democratic world?
Harvard professor, an eminent specialist in Yiddish Ruth Weiss explores these questions in the book.
The Great Experiment
The Jewish Diaspora
Understanding the disaster.
Adapting to a long exile
Features of the " democratic" Jewish policy
The Jewish " foreign policy"
A win-win goal
The traitors , informers , testing exile
The unintended consequences of emancipation
The emergence of anti-Semitism
Variations of liberal Zionism
From Altneuland to Tel Aviv
The missing component of Zionism
The Tragedy of Zionism
The influence of Zionism on Jews
... his influence on the Arabs
... creation with the help of surrogate Jews.
Once again, we want to Reshid Bay
The contradictions of Jewish power
|Author||Wisse, Rurh R.|