Moshe Sharett: Biography of a Political Moderate

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Moshe Sharett
Biography of a Political Moderate

GABRIEL SHEFFER

CLARENDON PRESS · OXFORD

1996

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Notes xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction: Sharett's Forgotten Struggles 1
  • Notes 5
  • 1- Roots 6
  • Notes 32
  • 2- The Road to National Leadership 34
  • Notes 57
  • 3- Ascendance 59
  • Notes 99
  • 4- The Second World War 104
  • Notes 134
  • 5- Holocaust 138
  • Notes 164
  • 6- A State in the Making 168
  • Notes 203
  • 7- Preparing for Statehood 207
  • Notes 240
  • 8- 'If Not Now, When?' 244
  • Notes 268
  • 9- Light at the End of the Tunnel 271
  • Notes 297
  • 10- 'We Must Go Forward!' 301
  • Notes 333
  • 11- The First Israeli Foreign Minister 337
  • Notes 366
  • 12- Non-Alignment 370
  • Notes 392
  • 13- A Lament for Generations to Come? 395
  • Notes 421
  • 14- 'truce, Yes; Peace, No!' 425
  • Notes 444
  • 15- Membership in the 'Family of Nations' 448
  • Notes 466
  • 16: American Pressures 469
  • 17- 'If I Forget Thee, Oh Jerusalem!' 496
  • Notes 532
  • 18- A Swing Towards the West 537
  • Notes 565
  • 19- A Year of Troubles 569
  • Notes 608
  • 20- 'A People That Does Not Dwell Alone' 615
  • Notes 648
  • 21- A Coalition of Two 653
  • Notes 676
  • 22- The 'Obvious' Heir 680
  • Notes 708
  • 23- A Beleaguered Prime Minister 712
  • Notes 746
  • 24- The Mishap 750
  • Notes 767
  • 25- 'A State of Law and Order or Of Robbery?' 770
  • Notes 804
  • 26- Selection and Elections 808
  • Notes 837
  • 27- The Struggle Over the Sharett Line 841
  • Notes 856
  • 28- Resignation 859
  • Notes 885
  • 29- 'My Country Has Deserted Me!' 888
  • Notes 918
  • 30- New Missions 922
  • Notes 939
  • 31- 'Fear and [political] Greed' 942
  • Notes 956
  • 32- Last Battles 959
  • Notes 975
  • 33- The Sharett Legacy 977
  • Notes 1015
  • 34- The Last Triumph and Demise 1016
  • Notes 1021
  • Select Bibliography 1022
  • Index 1033
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