Theodor Herzl: Political Activity and Achievements

@article{Friedman2004TheodorHP,
  title={Theodor Herzl: Political Activity and Achievements},
  author={I. Friedman},
  journal={Israel Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={46 - 79}
}
IT WAS ANTI-SEMITISM THAT MADE Herzl and Max Nordau, his close collaborator, conscious Jews.2 Both were steeped in European culture, but the resurgence of modern anti-Semitism wounded their dignity. Herzl was particularly stirred by Eugen Diihring's book Die Judenfrage als Frage des Rassencharakters und seiner Schddlichkeitfiir Existenz und Kultur des Volkes (The Jewish Problem as a Problem of Race and the Harm it is Causing to the Existence and to the Culture of the People). As the years went… Expand
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