Israel : The First Decade of Independence.

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Main Author: Troen, S. Ilan.
Other Authors: Lucas, Noah.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, 1995.
Series:SUNY Series in Israeli Studies
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Half Title Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication Page
  • Table Of Contents
  • LIST OF TABLES
  • LIST OF FIGURES
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • Contents
  • An Introduction to Research on Israel's First Decade
  • POLITICS IN THE NEW STATE
  • Israel's First Decade: Building a Civic State
  • The Structural Foundation for Religio-Political Accommodation in Israel: Fallacy and Reality
  • The Road Not Taken: Constitutional Non-Decision Making in 1948-1950 and Its Impact on Civil Liberties in the Israeli Political Culture
  • New Challenges to New Authority: Israeli Grassroots Activism in the 1950s
  • POLITICAL THOUGHT: PROPENSITIES AND ALTERNATIVES
  • The "Utopian Leap" in David Ben-Gurion's Social Thought, 1920-1958
  • Sharett's "Line", Struggles, and Legacy
  • Political Religion in a New State: Ben-Gurion's Mamlachtiyut
  • POLITICS OF THE HOLOCAUST
  • Mapai and the "Kastner Trial
  • The Commander of the "Yizkor" Order: Herut, Holocaust, and Survivors
  • SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSITIONS
  • The Economic Regime during Israel's First Decade
  • The Crisis in the Kibbutz Movement, 1949-1961
  • The Kibbutz in the 1950s
  • A Transformation of Identity
  • The Contribution of the Labor Economy toImmigrant Absorption and Population Dispersalduring Israel's First Decade
  • The Contribution of the Labor Economy to Immigrant Absorption and Population Dispersal during Israel's First Decade
  • Israeli Nationalism and Socialismbefore and after 1948
  • LITERATURE AND POPULAR IMAGES
  • The Fiction of the "Generation in the Land
  • Israeli Literature as an Emerging National Literature
  • War and Religiosity:The Sinai Campaign in Public Thought
  • Early Social Survey Research in and on Israel
  • PHYSICAL PLANNING AND SETTLEMENT POLICY
  • The Transfer to Jewish Control of Abandoned Arab Lands during the War of Independence.
  • New Departures in Zionist Planning: The Development Town
  • Planning, Housing, and Land Policy 1948-1952: The Formation of Concepts and Governmental Frameworks
  • Creating Homogeneous Space: The Evolution of Israel's Regional Councils
  • IMMIGRANTS AND IMMIGRATION
  • Styles of Ethnic Adaptation: Interpreting Iraqi and Moroccan Settlement in Israel
  • Mapam and the European and Oriental Immigrations
  • The Silent Partner: Holocaust Survivors in the IDF
  • THE ARMY
  • The Civilian Components of Israel's Security Doctrine: The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in the First Decade
  • Utopia in Uniform
  • THE ARAB MINORITY
  • An Uneasy Coexistence: Arabs and Jews in the First Decade of Statehood
  • Crime and Law Enforcement in the Israeli Arab Population under the Military Government, 1948-1966
  • ISRAEL AND THE DIASPORA
  • The Zionist Movement and the State of Israel, 1948-1952: A Formation of Normal Interre1ations*
  • Philanthropy and Politics: Modes of Interaction between Israel and the Diaspora
  • Defining Relationships: The Joint Distribution Committee and Israel, 1948-1950
  • American Jewry and Israel:The First Decade and Its Implications for Today
  • American Jewry and Israel: The First Decade and Its Implications for Today
  • Back Matter
  • INFORMATION ON CONTRIBUTORS
  • INDEX.