Lecture delivered at the mighty Avenue J campus of Touro College on October 31, 2016 as part of the Jewish History @ J series.
Zionist ideologue and multi-lingual journalist, Vladimir (Ze’ev) Jabotinsky was one of the most influential political thinkers of the early twentieth century. Frequently swimming against the tide of dominant Jewish movements, Jabotinsky was most effective in the opposition. He borrowed freely from many intellectual sources to craft a right-wing ideology that endures to the present day.
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I try to help in anyway I can. Did you get a chance to read the Haaretz article from October 1919 titled, “Outside the Encampment”? I was able to remove the fallacious quote from Wikipedia. You see that old fashioned research can still be done to refute a few thumbs and an iPhone.😉
Very interesting lecture. I was especially pleased to see the film. Really enjoyed seeing him speak. Thanks!
This is the link to the entire film for those who can speak Yiddish or read Hebrew.
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