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The Burning Bush

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Periodically throughout history antisemitism has exploded to create a constant tension between Jews and the peoples among whom they dwelt. Having lost their statehood in Roman times they became dependent upon hospitality and goodwill of foreign rulers , sometimes generously offered though frequently snatched away. The Burning Bush breaks new ground in approaching antisemitism as a problem integral to the evolution of nationhood , from the beginnings of our era until the present day. The author searches out the dynamics of civilization's development so as to unravel the mystery wherein the Jews became specific victims of historical forces over which they had no control, which indeed were outside their own destiny.

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Author(s):
Barnet Litvinoff
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002174332
ISBN-13:
9780002174336
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Collins

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Periodically throughout history antisemitism has exploded to create a constant tension between Jews and the peoples among whom they dwelt. Having lost their statehood in Roman times they became dependent upon hospitality and goodwill of foreign rulers , sometimes generously offered though frequently snatched away. The Burning Bush breaks new ground in approaching antisemitism as a problem integral to the evolution of nationhood , from the beginnings of our era until the present day. The author searches out the dynamics of civilization's development so as to unravel the mystery wherein the Jews became specific victims of historical forces over which they had no control, which indeed were outside their own destiny.

Author(s):
Barnet Litvinoff
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002174332
ISBN-13:
9780002174336
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Collins

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