Ethnic Peripheries Versus Ethnic Cores: Jewish Political Strategies in Interwar Poland
Joseph Rothschild analyzes Jewish political behavior in interwar Poland as it oscillated between the strategy of forging an alliance with other ethnic minorities to resist Polish hegemonial pressures, on the one hand, and efforts to reach a bilateral understanding with the dominant Poles, on the other hand. He perceives the dilemmas reflected in this oscillation as relevant for today's multiethnic states.
Ethnic Conflict and International Relations, Stephen Ryan Reviewed by Joseph Rothschild
The Jews of East Central Europe Between the World Wars, Ezra Mendelsohn Reviewed by Joseph Rothschild
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