Table of contents for Crisis, revolution, and Russian Jews / Jonathan Frankel.
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Part I. New Dynamics? 1. Crisis as a factor in modern Jewish politics, 1840 and 1881-82; 2. Jewish politics and the press: the 'reception' of the Alliance Israelite Universelle (1860); Part II. Revolution and War (1905-1921): 3. Jewish politics and the Russian revolution of 1905; 4. 'Youth in revolt': an-sky's In Shtrom and the instant fictionalization of 1905; 5. Yosef Haim Brenner, the 'half-intelligentsia' and Russian-Jewish politics (1899-1908); 6. The paradoxical politics of marginality: thoughts on the Jewish situation during the years 1914-21; Part III. Ideological Conflict and Continuity: 7. The socialist opposition to zionism in historical perspective; Part IV. Overseas: 8. The 'Yizkor' book of 1911 - a note on national myths in the second aliya; 9. The bundists in America and the 'Zionist problem'; 10. S. M. Dubnov: historian and ideologist; 11. Assimilation and the Jews in nineteenth-century Europe: towards a new historiography?
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Jews -- Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Jews -- Russia -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Jewish socialists -- Russia -- History -- 20th century.
Jews -- Cultural assimilation -- Europe, Eastern -- History -- 19th century.
Jews -- Europe, Eastern -- Intellectual life.
Labor Zionism -- History -- 20th century.