Tough Jews: Political Fantasies and the Moral Dilemma of American Jewry

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INDEX
Abrahams, Peter, 177, 218-20, 228
Ainsztein, Reuben, 87-91, 95-99, 102, 104
AIPAC. See American Israel Public Affairs Committee
Aleichem, Sholom, 62, 70
Alexander II (Tsar of Russia), 128
Allen, Woody, 3, 63, 65, 199, 236
Altalena (ship), 159-60
The Amboy Dukes (Schulman), 118-19
American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 6-7
American Reich (Muir), 186-87
American Zionist Federation, 122
Annenberg, Moses, 106
Anti-Semite and Jew (Sartre), 45
Arab-Israel War of 1967. See Six Day War (1967).
Arab-Israel War of 1973. See Yom Kippur War (1973)
Arab League, 160
Arab riots (1929), 152
Aranowicz, Yehiel, 55
Arendt, Hannah, 70, 81, 82, 94
Arens, Moshe, 223
Arnold, Frederic, 120
Asch, Sholem, 133
The Aswan Solution (Rowe), 172‐ 74, 195, 226-28
Auschwitz, 17, 52
Auto-Emancipation (Pinsker), 129
The Autobiography of Solomon Maimon,110
Ave-Lallemont, Friedrich Christian Benedict, 111-12
Avineri, Shlomo, 161-62
Avishai, Bernard, 150, 151
Babel, Isaac, 134-36
Banuazizi, Ali, 211-12
Bar Kokhba, Simon, 28, 83-87, 88, 117, 130
Bar Kokhba Gymnastic Club, 142‐ 44
Barak, Motti, 225

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface i
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Part One - Sigmund Freud's Tough Jewish Fantasy, Philip Roth'S, and Mine *
  • Part Two - From Masada to Mossad: a Historical Sketch of Tough Jewish Imagery *
  • I - Jewish Toughness before Zionism 77
  • II - Zionist Tough Jews 122
  • Part Three - The "Rambowitz" Novels *
  • Part Four - Toward a Conclusion *
  • Notes 241
  • Bibliography of Tough Jewish Novels 265
  • Index 269
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