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The History of Zionism

@inproceedings{Maor2009TheHO,
  title={The History of Zionism},
  author={Moshe Maor},
  year={2009}
}
One of the most important aspects of modern Jewish life in Europe since the mid-nineteenth century was the development of a variety of Jewish national movements such as Zionists, Bundists and Autonomists that offered competing ideologies and solutions to the issues of Jewish nationhood and individual nationality as well as to problems posed by modernity. Among these problems was the breakdown of the parochial molds of Jewish life and the fragmentation of the traditional Jewish community. This… Expand
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