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The Rise of the Individual in 1950s Israel
A Challenge to Collectivism
Orit Rozin

Brandeis University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction: The First Years
• AT HOME AND ON THE STREET
• Austerity: Desperate Housewives and the Government
• Austerity and the Rule of Law
• The Law Enforcement System
• IN THE CITY SQUARE
• Austerity Tested: The Local Elections of 1950
• The Municipal Election Results and Their Significance
• From Poll to Poll: The Elections for the Second Knesset
• The Outcome of the Elections to the Second Knesset
• SOMEWHERE IN THE TRANSIT CAMP
• Terms of Abhorrence: How Old-Time Israelis Viewed Immigrants from the Islamic World
• Parents, Parenting, and Children
• The Construction of a Collective: Relations between Immigrants and Old-Time Israelis
• Conclusion
• Notes
• References
• Index

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