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traditional Judaism and political culture in the Jewish State.
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1983. 305 p.
Study of civil religion in Israel, examining the system o f beliefs
and practices which underlies the conception o f Israel as a moral
community.
L
o ss in
, Y
ig a l
.
Pillars offire: the rebirth of Israel
a visual history.
T
r. from
the Hebrew by Zvi Ofer. Jerusalem, Shikmona/Israel Broadcasting
Authority, 1983. 547 p.
History covering the years 1896-1948 .
M
c
W
h i r t e r
, J
a m e s
.
A world in a country.
Jerusalem, B .B .B . Interna­
tional, 1983. 190 p. pb
Essays reflecting author’s attitudes to Israel.
M
o o r e y
, R
o g e r
.
Excavation in Palestine.
Grand Rapids, Erdmans, 1983.
128 p.
Introduction to archeology, specifically in the Land of Israel.
N
a r k is s
, U
z i
.
The liberation ofJerusalem: the battle of 1967 .
Totowa,
N J ,
Vallentine, Mitchell, 1983. 285 p.
N
e f f
, D
o n a l d
.
Warriors fo r Jerusalem: the six days that changed the Middle
East.
N ew
York, Linden Press/Simon & Schuster, 1984. 43 0 p.
Work is marked by anti-Israeli bias.
Oz,
A
m o s
.
In the Land of Israel.
T r . by Maurie Goldberg. Bartura, NY,
Harcourt, 1983. 257 p.
Series of descriptive articles which reflect current public opinion
in Israel on vital social, political and strategic issues.
P
e t e r s
, J
o a n
.
From time immemorial: the origins of the Arab-Jewish conflict
over Palestine.
New York, Harper & Row, 1984. 601 p.
Work focuses attention on documentary evidence that Arabs dis­
placed Jews over the years preceding the establishment o f the State
of Israel.
R
u b i n s t e in
, A
m n o n
.
The Zionist dream revisited:from Herzl toGush Emunim
and back.
New York, Schocken, 1984. 204 p.
Analysis of Israel’s political climate with special attention to the
right-wing reaction since the Six-Day-War.
S
a n d e r s
, R
o n a l d
.
Thejiigh walls ofJerusalem: a history of the Balfour Decla­
ration and the birth of the British Mandatefo r Palestine.
New York, Holt,
Rinehart & Winston, 1983. 764 p.
S
c h e n k e r
, H
i l l e l
,
ed.
After liberation: the Israeli-Palestinian connection.
New York, Pilgrim Press, 1983. 522 p.
Work espouses point of view projected by “Peace Now” faction in
Israel.
W
a l l a c h
, J
e h u d a
L.
Israeli military history; a guide to the sources.
New York,
Garland, 1983. 291 p.
Bibliographical reference to materials of the modern era of Isra­
eli military history.