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The Invention and Decline of Israeliness By° Gary Benedix and John Lipkin
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±The Yishuv as a Political²Cultural Identity± First Aliyah ³´´µ and the creation of the Yishuv British²Jewish alliance post World War I Settling² Cities Kibbutzim²µnd Aliyah Arab Labor
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±The Yishuv as Political²Cultural Identity± Zionists want mandate open for Jewish commonwealth but only ±most suitable± should immigrate Continuation of biblical Israel Jewish symbolism¶ Hebrew¶ and status holidays
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±Israeli Nationalism± New Jewish²Israeli identity· Mapai ascended to power since ³¸¹¹ after they took over Jewish Agency· After ³¸º´¶ Jewish population increase while Arab population decreases Impact of the Holocaust
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±The Cultural and Political Anxiety Of The Yishuv Veterans± and ±Building Hegemony± Labor»Mapai bureaucracy and statist demeanor Mapai penetration into social sector Evolution of roles in Jewish society development towns agriculture
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