The Founding Myths of Israel: Nationalism, Socialism, and the Making of the Jewish State

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Bibliography

Primary Sources

Archives

Beit Berl Archives, Zofit

Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem

Labor Movement Archives, Tel Aviv


Newspapers and Periodicals

Davar

Ha'adama

Ha'aretz

Hapo'el Hatza'ir

Hasollel

Kuntras

Mehayenu


Books

Ahad Ha'am. Nationalism and the Jewish Ethic: Basic Writings of Ahad Ha'am.New York: Herzl Press, 1962.

Ahad Ha'am. Selected Essays. Translated from the Hebrew by Leon Simon. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1962.

Ahad Ha'am. Ten Essays on Zionism and Judaism.Translated from the Hebrew by Leon Simon. New York: Arno Press, 1973.

Arlosoroff, Chaim. “Hasozialism Ha'amami shel Hayehudim” (The popular socialism of the Jews). In Kitvei Chaim Arlosoroff (Writings of Chaim Arlosoroff). Vol. 3. Tel Aviv: Schtibel, 1933. Translated from German: Der Jüdische Volkssozialismus. Berlin: Hapoel Hazair, 1919.

Ben-Gurion, David. Ben-Gurion Looks Back in Talks with Moshe Pearlman.London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1965.

Ben-Gurion, David. Israel: A Personal History. Tel Aviv: Sabra Books, 1972.

Ben-Gurion, David. Israel: Years of Challenge. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963.

Ben-Gurion, David. The Jews in Their Land. Rev. ed. Garden City, N.Y.: Windfall Books, 1974.

Ben-Gurion, David. Mima'amad La'am: Prakim Levirur Darka Veyiuda Shel Tenuat Hapo'alim (From class to nation: Reflections on the vocation and mission of the labor movement). Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1976.

Ben-Gurion, David. Rebirth and Destiny of Israel. New York: Philosophical Library, 1954.

Ben-Gurion, David. Zichronot (Memoirs). Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 1976. Translated into English as Memoirs. New York: World, 1970.

Borochov, Ber. Class Struggle and the Jewish Nation: Selected Essays in Marxist Zionism. Edited by Mitchell Cohen. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1984.

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