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The Israeli Peace Movement
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The Israeli Peace Movement
Cambridge University Press
9780521884099 - The Israeli Peace Movement - A Shattered Dream - By TAMAR S. HERMANN
Table of Contents

Contents

Acknowledgments
vii
1.            Introduction
1
2.            Exploring Peace Activism – A Road Map
12
Theoretical and Historical Milestones
14
Peace Movements as Social Movements and National Security Agents
29
Methodology
40
3.            Mapping the Israeli Sociopolitical Terrain
45
Historical-Ideological Legacies
45
Sociopolitical Cleavage Structure
47
Israeli Grassroots Political Participation Landscape
51
4.            Paving the Road to Oslo – Israeli Peace Activism through 1993
62
The Israeli Peace Movement: Basic Features
62
Walking Down the Footpath – the Prestate and the Formative Phase (1925–1966)
74
Exploring the Country Road – from the 1967 War to the Aftermath of the 1973 War
79
Hitting the Highway – from the Israeli-Egyptian Peace to the First Gulf War (1978–1991)
88
A Curve in the Road – 1992–1993
108
5.            The Path Strewn with Obstacles (1993–2008)
111
Road Signs
111
The Rest Area Zone
120
The Bumpy Road Zone
149
The Checkpoint Zone
174
The Dark Tunnel Zone
189
The Dead-End Point
213
6.            A Path Finder – Exploring New Ways or Getting Lost?
240
Effecting National Policy
243
Relations with the Political Establishment
244
Establishing Facts on the Ground
245
Reaching Out to the Jewish-Israeli Public
246
Relations with Arab Israeli Citizens and the Palestinians in the Territories
249
Intramovement Relations
255
Modifying the Jewish Israeli Discourse on Peace and Security
257
Increasing the Level of Political Pluralism
259
Influencing Specific Policies
259
Improving Israel's External Image
260
Magnifying Silenced Voices and Public Sectors
261
Appendix 1:   List of Israeli Peace Groups
267
Appendix 2:   Appendix 2: Israeli Jewish Public Opinion on the Oslo Process (1994–2008)
276
•             Oslo monthly support index
276
•             Oslo monthly support by levels of religious observance
276
•             Oslo monthly support by gender
277
•             Oslo monthly support by ethnic origin
277
•             Oslo monthly support by income
278
•             Oslo monthly support by level of education
278
Bibliography
279
Index
305



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