ebooks and download videos Search All  Title  Author 
Home / Nonfiction / Social Science / Sociology

The Left, the Right and the Jews

| £99.99 | €112.45 | Ca$162.22 | Au$160.09
by W. D. Rubinstein
What is this?EPUB by download  |  $120.00
What is this?PDF by download  |  $120.00
add to wish list
The Left, the Right and the Jews by W. D. Rubinstein

First published in 1982, this book examines anti-semitism in the Western world. The author concludes that, fringe neo-Nazi groups notwithstanding, significant anti-semitism is largely a left-wing rather than a right-wing phenomenon. He finds that Jews have reacted to this change in their situation and in attitudes towards them by making a shift to the right in most Western countries, with the major exception of the United States. Considering the contribution of Jews to socialist thought from Marx onwards and the equally lengthy history of right-wing anti-semitism, this shift is one of the most significant in Jewish history. This movement to the right is discussed in separate chapters, as is Soviet anti-semitism and the status of the State of Israel. Examined in depth are the implications of this shift in attitude for Jewish philosophy and self-identity.

SHARE  Share by Email  Share on Facebook  Share on Twitter  Share on Linked In  Share on Delicious
or call in the US toll free 1-888-866-9150 product ID: 788053

Ebook Details
Pages: 236
Size: 2.1 MB
Publisher: Routledge
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781317386230 (EPUB)
9781317386247 (PDF)

This product is listed in the following category:

Nonfiction > Social Science > Sociology

This author has products in the following categories:

Nonfiction > History > Holocaust
Nonfiction > History
Nonfiction > Social Science > Sociology
Nonfiction > Business & Economics > Economic Conditions

If you find anything wrong with this product listing, perhaps the description is wrong, the author is incorrect, or it is listed in the wrong category, then please contact us. We will promptly address your feedback.

Submit 5 page SummaryWhat is this?

© 2016