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New history textbooks introduced into mainstream secular elementary schools in 1999 paint a more nuanced picture of the Arab-Jewish struggle for the country, in order, these pedagogues hope, to develop a new generation of more tolerant and pluralistic Israelis. The new books state, for instance, tha...
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Rev. of Shades of Right: Nativist and fascist Politics in Canada, 1920-1940, by Martin Robin
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Analyzes nationalist politics and economic policies in several mini-entities, some sovereign and some not, such as Gibraltar, Nevis, Tahiti, Newfoundland, Scotland, and some Pacific Islands; 6 articles.
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In the 1945 general election, a Communist was elected to Parliament from Mile End, Stepney, a constituency populated in large part by working-class Jews of East European origin. Pro-Soviet feeling in the preceding decade was strong, and was translated into ideological and political activity on behal...
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Less is more: contrasting styles in health care / Robert G. Evans -- What price Canadian? Taxation and debt compared / David Perry -- Tangled tale: unions in Canada and the United States / John Richards -- Is your money safe? Depository institutions in Canada and the United States / Helmut H. Binham...
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Rev. of Commemorations: the politics of national identity, by John R. Gillis
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Rev. of The citizen's voice: twentieth century politics and literature, by Michael Keren
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Women and fascism. Women and the British Union of Fascists, 1932-1940 / Martin Durham -- Rescued from the shadows of exile : Nellie Driver, autobiography and the British Union of Fascists / David Mayall -- 'Colonel' Barker : a case study in the contradictions of Fascism / Julie Wheelwright -- Politi...
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Ambijan's literature stressed the need to select settlers who would need to be strong and healthy in order to adapt to Birobidzhan's climate and engage in physical labour. Stefansson disagreed; his own experiences in growing up on the frontier and afterwards working with people in the severe conditi...
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Rev. of A geography of islands: small island insularity, by Stephen A. Royle.
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Rev. of From the President's Office: A Journey Towards Reconciliation in a Divided Cyprus by George Vassiliou
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Discusses the ethnicity and the development of a `middleman' economy on Mauritius. Economic status of the Indian Ocean state of Mauritius; Functions of `middleman' capitalists; Absence of restrictions on foreign ownership of manufacturing in Mauritius.; Discusses the ethnicity and the deve...
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World War II saw an upsurge of anti-Semitic activity in Great Britain. This provided further opportunity for the Jewish Communist movement, centered mainly in London's East End, to assume a political and ideological presence within the Anglo-Jewish community. The Jewish Communists fought agains...
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Many of the people in the anti-war movement are also "Third Worldist" anti-globalists, and for them "American imperialism" is the enemy, with Israel considered a stalking horse for Washington. For them, it is America and Israel that constitute an "axis of evil" and two-...