9: "The Promised Land of Business Opportunities:" Liberal Post-Zionism in the Glocal Age

Ram, Uri
November 2000
New Israel: Peacemaking & Liberalization;2000, p217
Book Chapter
Chapter 9 of the book "New Israel: Peacemaking & Liberalization," is presented. It discusses liberal post-Zionism in the glocal age. Toward the 20th century's end, Israel's founding Jewish-nationalist ethos, Zionism, is undergoing a crisis, and two emerging antagonistic foci of identity are struggling to reshape a new ethos for Israel, namely, hyper-nationalist neo-Zionism and civic-liberal post-Zionism.


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