Beyond the promised landJews and Arabs on the hard road to a new Israel
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Simon & Schuster , New York
Jewish-Arab relations -- 1973-, Intifada, 1987-, National characteristics, Israeli, Israel -- Politics and gover
|LC Classifications||DS126.5 .F716 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||428 p. ;|
|ISBN 10||0671796496, 0684823470|
|LC Control Number||96010604|
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In Beyond the Promised Land, Pulitzer Prize-winner Glenn Frankel unlocks these last seven turbulent years of civil unrest, political upheaval, and diplomatic crisis, in which many of the long-standing assumptions, beliefs, and practices that lay at the very heart of Israeli society were shaken, challenged, and ultimately swept aside or remade.
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