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Table of Contents
|Introduction to the 2010 Reissue||p. xvii|
|Contrasting Narratives of Palestinian Identity||p. 9|
|Cultural Life and Identity in Late Ottoman Palestine: The Place of Jerusalem||p. 35|
|Competing and Overlapping Loyalties in Ottoman Jerusalem||p. 63|
|Elements of Identity I: Peasant Resistance to Zionist Settlement||p. 89|
|Elements of Identity II: The Debate on Zionism in the Arabic Press||p. 119|
|The Formation of Palestinian Identity: The Critical Years, 1917-1923||p. 145|
|The "Disappearance" and Reemergence of Palestinian Identity||p. 177|
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"I believe that discussions of whether a one-state or a two-state solution to this conflict is preferable have a slightly surreal quality in the current critical environment. What has to be done is not to debate how many states can dance on the head of a pin, but rather to devise how to reverse—very rapidly—the powerful current dynamic and get the Palestinian people out of the state they are in. The highly inequitable de facto one-state 'solution' now in effect looks more and more entrenched, but, paradoxically, I predict it will become more and more untenable and more violently unstable as time goes on."-From the new introduction