History of the Jews
A national bestseller, this brilliant 4000 year survey covers not only Jewish history but he impact of Jewish genius and imagination on the world. By the author of Modern Times: The World From the Twenties to the Eighties.
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democratic theocracy 40 The conqueror Joshua and
Samuel and state prophecy 51 Saul and the great constitutional
Jeremiah the first Jew
Suffering Servant or Rebellious Elder?
Paul and the theft ofJewish universalism 130 AntiSemitism
Jabneh and rabbinical Judaism 149 Tannaim amoraim Mishnah
Benjamin of Tudelas world 169 Jews and the creation of the Dark
Krochmal Graetz and the writing of Jewish history 329 Geiger
The post1881 exodus from Russia and its effects
Mordecai Noah Reform and GermanJewish America 367 Emma
and Weizmann 399 The religious opposition to Zionism 402
The Jews and modernist culture 408 Mahler Schonberg
Gurion and socialist Zionism 441 Interwar British policy
Luxemburg Trotsky and NonJewish Jews 448 The case of Isaac
Lippmann and Jewish invisibility 468 Jews in postwar Germany
Ibn Verga and the Jewish hatelegacy 233 The first ghetto in Venice
Making the Thirty Years War pay 253 The rise and fall of
court Jew 255 The 1648 catastrophe and its effects 258 Lurianic
Jewish return to England 275 Jews in New York 278 American
the Baal Shem Tov and the hasidim 294
The Damascus case 322 Disraeli and Jewish Christianity 323 Zunz
Jews media violence and Weimar culture 475 The case of Walter
The role of the British and Americans 503 Jewish acquiescence and resistance 506 The survival of antiSemitism 512 Punishingthe criminals 513 Com...
The War of Israels Independence 527 Deir Yassin and
Defining a Jew 538 The ingathering 539 Hebrew as a modern
Stalinist antiSemitism 569 South Africa and the origins of Zionist
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