Theodor Herzl's passionate advocacy of the founding of a Jewish state grew out of his conviction that Jews would never be assimilated into preexisting populations. His influential 1896 polemic discusses the political and historic rationales for a Jewish homeland. This excellent translation includes an Introduction by Louis Lipsky and a biography of the author.
Unabridged Dover (1989) republication of the edition published for the American Zionist Emergency Council, New York, 1946.
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