- Title Pages
- Introduction: Identity and National Ethos
- 1 Power, Freedom, and Political Independence in Jewish Thought
- 2 Shame, Guilt, and Suffering in Jewish Culture until Modern Times
- 3 The Shame of Exile and the Zionist Recovery of Jewish Dignity
- 4 “The Remnant of Israel”
- 5 <i>The Wager in Greenberg's</i> The Ways of the River
- 6 Messianism and Realism
- 7 Criticism of the Idea of Sovereignty in Non-Zionist Thought
- 8 Sovereignty and Jewish Commitment after the Holocaust in the thought of Emil Fackenheim, George Steiner, and Irving Greenberg
- 9 Sovereignty and Power in Zionist Debate during the Mandate Period
- 10 Reacting to Arab Terror
- 11 Halakha and Morality in Religious Zionism after the Six-Day War
- 12 Persecuted or Persecutor?
- 13 Challenging the Zionist Ethos
- Conclusion: Politics in Israel as a Test of Judaism
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