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Author Peretz, Pauline, author.

Title Let my people go : the transnational politics of Soviet Jewish emigration during the Cold War / Pauline Peretz ; translated by Ethan Rundell.

Published New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, [2015]

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 UniM Bail  325.247089924 PERE    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Combat pour les Juifs soviétiques. English
Physical description 365 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-361) and index.
Contents Part I Israel, Instigator of Mobilization within the Diaspora, 1953-63 11 -- 1 Jewish Community Reaches Political Maturity 13 -- 2 Mobilization in the Postwar Years 39 -- 3 An American Campaign Orchestrated by Israel, 1955-63 65 -- Part II From Community Mobilization to Humanitarian Movement, 1964-71 99 -- 4 An American Movement in Support of the Rights of Soviet Jewry, 1964-66 101 -- 5 Six-Day Wax: A Turning Point for the American Jewish Community, 1967-71 135 -- Part III Emigration of Soviet Jewry: A Central Issue in Soviet-American Relations, 1972-Late 1980s 191 -- 6 Emigration of Soviet Jewry: An Obstacle to Detente, 1972-74 193 -- 7 Jewish Rights or Human Rights in the Soviet Union? 1975-79 245 -- 8 Jewish Emigration as a Barometer of US-Soviet Relations in the 1980s 297.
Language notes Translated from the French.
Subject Jews -- Soviet Union -- History.
Jews -- Soviet Union -- Migrations.
Refuseniks.
United States -- Relations -- Israel.
Israel -- Relations -- United States.
United States -- Relations -- Soviet Union.
Israel -- Relations -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Relations -- Israel.
Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations.
History.
ISBN 9781412856751
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