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Jewish RadicalsA Documentary History$
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Tony Michels

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780814757437

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: March 2016

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9780814757437.001.0001

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“The Jewish Problem Will Be Solved as Soon as the Jews Again Become a Normal Nation” (1943)

“The Jewish Problem Will Be Solved as Soon as the Jews Again Become a Normal Nation” (1943)

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(p.316) 62 “The Jewish Problem Will Be Solved as Soon as the Jews Again Become a Normal Nation” (1943)
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Jewish Radicals
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Arthur Rosenberg

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NYU Press
DOI:10.18574/nyu/9780814757437.003.0062

This chapter argues that the problem of anti-Semitism can only be solved by the establishment of a Jewish homeland. This homeland can only be Palestine. Furthermore, this chapter considers arguments regarding the Jews' right to a nation, its place in the world system, and its connections to socialism. The chapter contends that the Jews are indeed a nation, with their own language, their own culture, their own manners of life, and a separate economic and social body. Furthermore, no considerable group of Jews has ever successfully assimilated to another nation. No modern system of socialism or Communism would be able to abolish the national distinctions that exist. There is, therefore, no contradiction between the Socialist ideal of the Jewish worker and the Jewish youth and their national program.

Keywords:   Jewish worker, Jewish homeland, anti-Semitism, Palestine, Jewish nation, socialism, Jewish youth

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