Religion and Zionism: First Encounters
This book is concerned with the question of the role of Jewish Religion in the development of the Zionist Movement, both theoretically, in respect to nationalist consciousness, and in the area of day to day activity. It traces the turnings of this interaction in Zionist history from the early 1860 s until 1930.
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