The Origins of Zionism

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Clarendon Press, 1980 - Law - 396 pages
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This first volume of Vital's trilogy traces the roots of the movement from its source in Jewish tradition, concentrating on the crucial formative period from the onset of the great East-West migration of European Jews in 1881 to the first World Congress of Zionists in 1897, which marked the emergence of Zionism as an organized political force.

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David Vital is at Tel Aviv University.

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