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Let My People Go : the Transnational Politics of Soviet Jewish Emigration During the Cold War

Author: Pauline Peretz; Ethan Rundell
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"American Jews' mobilization on behalf of Soviet Jews is typically portrayed as compensation for the community's inability to assist European Jews during World War II. Yet, as Pauline Peretz shows, the role Israel played in setting the agenda for a segment of the American Jewish community was central. Her careful examination of relations between the Jewish state and the Jewish diaspora offers insight into Israel's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pauline Peretz; Ethan Rundell
ISBN: 9780203787274 0203787277 9781351508896 135150889X 9781351508902 1351508903 9781351508889 1351508881 9781412856751 1412856752
OCLC Number: 1001882211
Notes: Originally published 2015 by Transaction Publishers.
Description: 1 online resource (365 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Part, I Israel, Instigator of Mobilization within the Diaspora, 1953-63 --
chapter Introduction --
chapter 1 The Jewish Community Reaches Political Maturity --
chapter 2 Mobilization in the Postwar Years --
chapter 3 An American Campaign Orchestrated by Israel, 1955-63 --
part, II From Community Mobilization to Humanitarian Movement, 1964-71 --
chapter 4 An American Movement in Support of the Rights of Soviet Jewry, 1964-66 --
chapter 5 The Six-Day War --
A Turning Point for the American Jewish Community, 1967-71 --
part, III The Emigration of Soviet Jewry --
A Central Issue in Soviet-American Relations, 1972-Late 1980s --
chapter 6 The Emigration of Soviet Jewry --
An Obstacle to Détente, 1972-74 --
chapter 7 Jewish Rights or Human Rights in the Soviet Union? 1975-79 --
chapter 8 Jewish Emigration as a Barometer of US-Soviet Relations in the 1980s.
Other Titles: Combat pour les Juifs soviétiques.
Responsibility: Pauline Peretz ; translated by Ethan Rundell.

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"American Jews' mobilization on behalf of Soviet Jews is typically portrayed as compensation for the community's inability to assist European Jews during World War II. Yet, as Pauline Peretz shows, the role Israel played in setting the agenda for a segment of the American Jewish community was central. Her careful examination of relations between the Jewish state and the Jewish diaspora offers insight into Israel's influence over the American Jewish community and how this influence can be conceptualized. To explain how Jewish emigration moved from a solely Jewish issue to a humanitarian question that required the intervention of the US government during the Cold War, Peretz traces the activities of Israel in securing the immigration of Soviet Jews and promoting awareness in Western countries. Peretz uses mobilization studies to explain a succession of objectives on the part of Israel and the stages in which it mobilized American Jews. Peretz attempts to reintroduce Israel as the missing, yet absolutely decisive actor in the history of the American movement to help Soviet Jews emigrate in difficult circumstances."--Provided by publisher.

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