Book Review by Glenn E. Robinson of The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A People's War written by Beverly Milton-Edwards
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There is an extensive list of books designed primarily for university classrooms to introduce readers to a broad historical overview of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Included in this long list are commonly used textbooks by Charles Smith, James Gelvin, Benny Morris, Ilan Pappé, Mark Tessler, and Avi Shlaim (among others).
Book review by Glenn E. Robinson of: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A People’s War, by Beverley Milton-Edwards. London and New York: Routledge, 2008. 205 pages. Chron. to p. 209. Bibl. to p. 222. Index to p. 228. $140 cloth; $39.95 paper.
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