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

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Index
Adler, Max, 29
Afula, 221, 222, 259, 330
Agnon, Shmuel Yosef: 343
Agriculture, 42; agricultural laborers, 296– 297, 302, 309; private agriculture, 32–33. See also Collective Settlements
Ahad Ha'am, (Asher Zvi Ginzberg), 50, 52, 57, 87
Aharonowitz, Yosef, 48, 74, 193, 195, 244, 296; as co-director of Bank Hapo'alim, 180, 185, 291, 296, 299; and the family wage, 291, 295, 296, 299; as a representative of Hapo'el Hatza'ir, 48, 120, 206, 209, 227, 229, 296
Aharonowitz (Aranne), Zalman (Ziama), 275, 276, 307, 311, 316; on the defects of the Labor movement, 263, 273; disdain for immigrants, 282; as a representative of the apparatus, 188, 277, 281
Ahdut Ha'avoda (Party), 4, 103, 113, 114, 179; and constructive socialism, 9, 153; and Convention of Agricultural Workers (1919), 107; founding of 19, 34–35, 76, 85, 92, 95– 96, 106, 107, 108–110; Kaplanski-Kolton group in, 151; nationalist socialism of, 8–9. 18–19, 22, 73, 112, 113, 121, 125; oligarchic tendencies in, 185–188, 189–190; and Socialist ideas, 32–33, 77, 86, 110, 113, 114, 115, 131–132; and struggle with Gdud Ha'avoda, 199, 200, 202, 203, 206–208, 209, 210, 214–216; third convention of 20–21; unification with Hapo'el Hatzair, 226–230. See also Labor Movement
Ahdut Ha'avoda-Po'aleiTzion (Party) 4, 310–311
Aliyah, First (first wave of immigration, 1880s and 1890s), 21, 33, 75, 76, 77
Aliyah, Second (1904–1914), 5, 16, 26, 33, 46, 75, 80, 90, 117, 137, 141, 184, 218; Ben Gurion's view of, 74–76; according to Katznelson, 152; leadership of the Second Aliyah, 79–80, 128; the Marxist group from Rostov in, 80, 90, 166
Aliyah, Third (1919–1923), 5, 78, 117, 128, 198, 218, 220; its relationship to the members of the Second Aliyah, 186–188; Safer Ha'aliyah if ashlishit (The Book of the Third Aliyah). 188
Aliyah, Fourth (1924–1926), 13, 26, 217–219, 220, 221, 234, 282, 372n.90
Aliyah, Fifth (1933–1939), 13, 217, 221
Allon, Yigal, 331, 332, 333, 334, 336; Allon Plan, 333
Alterman, Nathan, 343
Amir, Yigal, 333
Anilewicz, Mordechai, :318
Anti-Semitism, 10, 13, 17, 47, 49; according to Borochov, 82–83; according to Syrkin, 100; and assimilation, 16–17, 47; Zionist expla nation of, 49, 50
Apter, Yaakov, 295
Aqaba, 44
Arlosoroff, Chaim, 36, 191, 196, 219, 298; on class warfare. 24, 193, 230; on the imposition of income tax, 236; on Jewish nationalist socialism, 24–27, 193, 230; on Jews as a people of proletarians s, 24; Der Jüdische Volkssozialismus (The Popular Socialism of the Jews), 24; as member of Hapo'el Hatza'ir; 26, 35, 227
Ashdot Ya'akov, 265
Atarot. 245
Atlit, 179
Aulard, Alphonse, xi
Austro-Marxists, 25, 91
Avigal, Moshe, 250
Avineri, Shlomo, 53
Ayelet Hashahaz 211, 214. 373n.105
Balfuur Declaration, 44, 68, 71, 319
Balfburia, 300
Bank Hapo'alim, 40, 109, 180, 185
Bank of israel, 188
Bank Le'umi, 180
Baram, Moshe, 268
Barrès, Maurice, 24
Bat-Galim, 219
Bauer, Otto, 25
Beenstock, Michael, 217
Begin, Menachem, 331, 33–4, 340
Beilinson, Moshe, 127, 191, 223, 284, 293, 302, 303, 304, 363n36

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