In Pursuit of Peace: A History of the Israeli Peace Movement

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US Institute of Peace Press, 1996 - Всего страниц: 470
When the Israeli prime minister and the PLO chairman shook hands on the White House lawn in 1993, Israeli peace activists had good reason to celebrate this major step on the long road to peace.

This book tells the story of the Israeli peace movement and the role it played in that pursuit of peace. It is an eloquent, fascinating account of a remarkably diverse and determined cast of activists: from war-weary soldiers to hard-headed politicians, careful scholars to impassioned artists.

Drawing on his experience in the peace movement, Bar-On provides intimate portraits of groups like Peace Now, Yesh Gvul, and the Women in Black, he also provides a sweeping historical synthesis of the course of the Israeli-Arab conflict, especially between 1967 and 1993.
 

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Professors for Peace
45
The October War and the End of Labor
69
Shalom AchshavPeace Now
93
Consolidation 198081
119
The Fragmentation
137
Peace and Ethnicity
157
Under the Shadow of National Unity 198487
173
The IsraeliPalestinian Dialogue
199
The Palestinian Uprising 198788
219
Time for Peace?
249
From Sealed Rooms to Madrid
271
A Handshake on the White House Lawn
291
Conclusion
315
Notes
333
Select Bibliography
419
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Mordechai Bar-On served as Moshe Dayan's bureau chief in the 1950's, chief education officer of the Israeli Defense Forces in the 1960's, a leader of the World Zionist Organization in the 1970's, and a member of the Knesset and Peace Now activist in the 1980's. He received his doctorate from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and was a fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace in 1992-93.

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