Table of contents for Prophecy and politics : socialism, nationalism, and the Russian Jews, 1862-1917 / Jonathan Frankel.


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Preface
Glossary
Introduction
Part I. The Preparty Stage: 1. Dilemmas of the messianic conscience: Moses Hess and Aron Liberman
2. The emergence of the new politics: the Russian-Jewish crisis, 1881-1882
Part II. The Party Ideologies Until 1907: 3. The politics of Jewish liberation, 1905-1906
4. The Bund: between nation and class
5. Chaim Zhitlovsky: Russian populist and Jewish socialist, 1887-1907
6. Nachman Syrkin: on the populist abd prophetic strands in socialist Zionism, 1882-1907
7. Ber Borochov and Marxist Zionism, 1903-1907
Part III. Ideology and Émigre
Realities: 8. The revolutionary ethos in transition: Russian-Jewish youth in Palestine, 1904-1914
9. Class war and community: the socialists in American-Jewish politics, 1897-1918
Note: The American Jewish Congress and Russian Jewry, 1915-1919
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Jews Russia Politics and government, Jewish socialists, Labor Zionism, Jews United States Politics and government, Russia Ethnic relations, United States Ethnic relations