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Israel Studies 3.2 (1998) 272-273

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1. Anita Shapira, Land and Power: The Zionist Resort to Force, 1881 - 1948 (London, 1992) 352.

2. Shapira, Land and Power, 98-126.

3. Baruch Kimmerling, "Sociology, Ideology and Nation-Building: The Palestinian in Israeli Sociology," American Sociological Review, 57(1) (1992) 446-60.

4. Kimmerling, "Sociology, Ideology and Nation-Building," 452-4.

5. Otto Kirchheimer, "The Transformation of the Western European Party System," in Joseph LaPalombara and Myron Weiner (eds), Political Parties and Political Development (Princeton, 1966) 177-200.

6. See pp. 21-2 in Jean Baudrillard, "Transpolitics, Transsexuality, Transaesthetics," in W. Stearns and W. Chaloupka (eds), The Disappearance of Art and Politics (New York, 1992) 9-26.



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