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Hayyim Rothman

‘chauvinist nationalism (Hofshi 1964a , 172).’ This would mean reversing both the ‘emphatic refusal to admit that two peoples share historical rights to a common homeland’ and the consequent ‘rule of the one as master over the majority of the population of the other (Hofshi 1964a , 189).’ More concretely, it would mean reparations: ‘if Jews do not release their homes and their property, which were appropriated by the Nazis in Germany, if they insist now on reparations, appealing to the law, to justice, and to what is moral,’ he wrote, ‘all the more so those who inhabited

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