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P a t a i , R a p h a e l .
The seed ofAbraham:Jews and Arabs in contact and conflict.
Salt Lake City, UT, Univ. of Utah Press, 1986. 394 p.
Focuses on the connection between the traditional condescending
attitude o f Islam to the Jewish “dhimmis”and Arabs’contemporary
attitude toward Israel.
P e r e t z , D o n .
The West Bank; history, politics, society, and economy.
Boulder,
CO, Westview, 1986. 173 p.
Q u a n d t , W i l l i a m
B.
Camp David: peace making and politics.
Washington,
D.C., The Brookings Institute, 1986. 426 p. Paperbound.
Case study in U.S. foreign policy making.
R u b i n s t e i n , L e o n .
Thefirst swallows: the dawn of the third aliya.
Cranbury,
NJ, Cornwall, 1986.
Author’s memoirs.
S a f d i e , M o s h e .
The HarvardJerusalem studio: urban designfor the Holy City.
Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press, 1986. 326 p.
Studies in urban design, conducted in 1980—1984, by a team of
MIT faculty and students, jointly with advisors from Jerusalem’s
planning community.
S a r n a , A a r o n J .
Boycott and blacklist: a history of economic warfare against
Israel.
Totowa, NJ, Rowman
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Allenheld, 1986.259 p. Paperbound.
S h a v i t , Y a a k o v .
The new Hebrew nation: a study in Israeli heresy andfantasy.
Totowa, NJ, Frank Cass, 1987. 192 p.
Deals with Canaanite ideology.
S h i p l e r , D a v i d
K.
Arab andJew: wounded spirits in a Promised Land.
New
York, Times Books, 1986. 596 p.
Observations of day-by-day encounters between the two groups
which lead author to conclusion that cultural Arab-Jewish
exchanges are the best hope for reconciliation.
S h t e i n e r , P u a h .
Forever my terms: a personal account of the siege and surren­
der ofJerusalem’s Old City in 1948.
Tr. from the Hebrew by Bracha
Slae. Jerusalem/New York, Feldheim, 1987. 271 p.
T ’h o m i s , A b r a h a m .
Between darkness and dawn: a saga of the Hechalutz.
New York, Bloch, 1986. 261 p.
Biographical data depicting a group of pioneers from the USSR
struggling against odds to “illegally” emigrate to Palestine in the
early 20s.
T i v n a n , E d w a r d .
The lobby:Jewish political power and Americanforeign pol­
icy.
New York, Simon
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Schuster, 1987. 304 p.
Analysis o f the work of the pro-Israeli American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC); author is strongly biased against
Israel.
Y a n i v , A v n e r .
Dilemmas of society: politics, strategy, and the Israeli experience
in Lebanon.
New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1987. 355 p.
Z am ir , A v i v a .
Mothers and daughters; interviews with kibbutz women.
E d .