Little Common Ground: Arab Agriculture and Jewish Settlement in Palestine, 1920-1948 (Paperback)Charles Karmen (author)
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Kamen examines the structure of Arab Palestine between the two world wars. He contrasts British and Israeli analyses against the real world social and economic conditions of rural Arab society, and the basis of its underlying conflict with Israel.
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Number of pages: 344
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 23 mm
--B'nai Brith Messenger
"Relying on Zionist and Israeli State Archives, published official British documents, and numerous secondary sources, Kamen here analyzes the effects of Jewish land purchases and settlement on Palestinian Arabs and their agriculture during the British Mandate era. . . . Recommended for all Middle East collections."
"Kamen has not only met the scholarly challenges, he has also produced a book that deserves to be admired for its intelligence and thorough honesty. . . . Scholarship of this sort is worthy of the highest praise."
--Middle East Journal