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FABER/AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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ISRAEL AND ZIONISM
A
r n o f f
, M
y r o n
J.
Israeli visions and divisions: cultural changes and political
conflict.
New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Books, 1989. 178 p.
Examines relationship between the changing political system and
the political culture in Israel.
B
e c k e r
, A
v i
.
The United Nations and Israel; from recognition to reprehension.
Lexington, MA, Lexington Books, 1988. 201 p.
D
a n
, U
r i
and
H
a r e l
, Y
o s s i
.
To the Promised Land: the birth o f Israel.
Tr. from the French. New York, Doubleday, 1988. 285 p.
History o f the events that led to restoration o f Jewish statehood.
D
a n e t
, B
r e n d a
.
Pulling strings: biculturalism in Israeli bureaucracy.
Al­
bany, State University o f New York State Press, 1989. 374 p.
D
u d m a n
, H
e l g a
with
B
a l l h o r n
, E
l i s h e v a
.
Tiberias.
Jerusalem, Carta,
1988. 235 p.
Illustrated guide book.
E
l i a v
, A
r ie
L.
New heart, new spirit: biblical humanism fo r modern Israel.
Tr. by Sharon Neeman. Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication So­
ciety, 1988. 232 p.
G
r o s s m a n
, D
a v i d
.
The yellow wind.
Tr. by Haim Watzman. New York,
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1988. 216 p.
Describes intense hatred which Arabs in refugee camps manifest
towards Jews.
H
a m i z r a c h i
, B
e a t e
.
The emergence o f the South Lebanon security belt: major
Saad Haddad and the ties with Israel, 1975-1978 .
New York, Praeger,
1988. 211 p.
H
a r k a b i
, Y
e h o s h a f a t
.
Israel’s fateful hour.
Tr. by Lenn Schramm. New
York, Harper, 1988. 256 p.
Plea for a policy o f “territory in exchange for peace.”
H
e n d e r s o n
, B
e r n a r d
A.
Pollard: the spy’s story.
New York, Alpha Books,
1988. 202 p.
Book raises questions regarding justice o f the sentence con­
demning the Pollards to life imprisonment and the harsh treat­
ment they receive in prison.
H
u p p e t t
, U
r i
.
Back to the ghetto: Zionism in retreat.
Buffalo, NY, Pro­
metheus, 1988. 231 p.
Analyzes encroachments o f Orthodox Jewish Law in Israel; ad­
vocates an alliance between Israel’s secular majority and non-
Orthodox Jews in the Diaspora.
J
a f f e
, E
l ie z e r
D
a v i d
.
Yemin Moshe: the story of a Jerusalem neighborhood.
Tr. from the Hebrew. New York, Praeger, 1988. 176 p.
Study o f the change in the population, land use and social struc­
ture which occurred on the plot o f land acquired in 1955 in Je­
rusalem for housing the poor.
K
im m e r l in g
, B
a r u c h
, e d .
The Israeli State and society; boundaries and