Jews and Arabs: a case study in political understanding.
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  • Palestine -- Politics and government

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Reprinted for the Council on Jewish-Arab Co-operation from the Contemporary Jewish Record, February, 1945.

ContributionsCouncil on Jewish-Arab Cooperation
The Physical Object
Pagination[11] p.
Number of Pages11
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Open LibraryOL15338098M

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