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The Academic Middle-Class Rebellion

Socio-Political Conflict over Wage-Gaps in Israel, 1954-1956

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In The Academic Middle-Class Rebellion, Bareli and Cohen expose the attempts of nascent Israel's European professional elite to maximize wage gaps between themselves and the new Oriental Jewish proletariat, and the successful resistance of the socialist ruling party, Mapai, to those ambitions.

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