Rome and Jerusalem

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Rome and Jerusalem. The Last National Question  (1918) 
by Moses Hess, translated by Meyer Waxman

a book published in 1862 in Leipzig. It gave impetus to the Labor Zionism movement. In his magnum opus, Hess argued for the Jews to return to the Land of Israel, and proposed a socialist country in which the Jews would become agrarianised through a process of "redemption of the soil".


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