Young Tel Aviv: A Tale of Two Cities
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Practical Zionism in the Mandate era (1920-1948) is usually associated with agricultural settlements (kibbutzim), organized socialist workers, and the creation of a formal high culture. This book fills a gap in historical research by presenting a different type of practical Zionism in Jewish Palestine--urban, middle-class, and created by popular and informal daily practice...more
Hardcover, 228 pages
Published December 14th 2010 by Brandeis University Press
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