Zionism Reconsidered: The Rejection of Jewish Normalcy edited by Michael Selzer

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From the beginnings of Zionism in the nineteenth century, there has been a large body of Jewish thought that has questioned or opposed the idea of Jewish Nationalism and political power-seeking. Zionism Reconsidered is the first anthology devoted to the presentation of such views. It offers a remarkable spectrum of Jewish thinkers and writers dissenting from the idea of Zionism on Jewish grounds-- from the traditionalist Rabbi Shulem ben Schneersohn to such contemporaries as Hannah Arendt, Philip Roth, and David Riesman. 

Year: 1970

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