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Toward Nationalism's End
An Intellectual Biography of Hans Kohn
Adi Gordon

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• Introduction
• PART 1: AUTHENTICITY AND POLITICAL RUIN, 1908–1920
• A Turning Inward: Kohn’s Youth in Multinational Late Habsburg Prague
• “The Decisive Years”: The Great War and the Waning of Imperial World Order
• PART 2: SEPARATING NATION AND STATE, 1919–1934
• To Tame Empire, Nation, and Man: Political Agenda in the 1920s
• Nation and State in Kohn’s Scholarship and Jewish Thought
• “A Disillusioned Love”: Break with Zionism
• PART 3: AN AFFIRMING FLAME, 1933–1971
• “The Totalitarian Crisis” and “the Last Best Hope”: Catastrophic Americanization and Breakthrough
• Nationalism in the American Century
• Coda: The Endurance of Kohn’s Jewish Question
• Afterword
• Notes
• Abbreviations
• Archives
• Index

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