First published in 1993, Israel and Zion in American Judaism: The Zionist Fulfillment is a collection of 24 essays exploring the concept of who or what is "Israel" following the establishment of the Jewish State in 1948 and the subsequent crisis of self-definition in American Jewry.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Zionism and Judaism; Seeking Ease in Exile; Where is Zion?; Liberalism and Zionism; Zionism as Americanism; American Jews and Israel: Two Views II; An Agenda for Conservative Judaism in Israel; American Jews and Israel: Two Views I; A Strategy for Non-Orthodox Judaism in Israel; Judaism and the Land of Israel; Israeli Imperatives and Jewish Agonies; Zionism the Ideal and an Idea of Religion; Judaism and the Zionist Problem; A Stranger at Home: An American Jew Visits Ireland; Zionism and "The Jewish Problem"; Diaspora Judaism - An Abnormality? The Testimony of History; Zionist Polemics in a Post-Zionist Age; The Tasks of Israel and Galut; Israel: The Ever-Dying People; Can there be a Revival of Zionist Ideology?; Israel and American Youth; Israel, Galut and Zionism: The Changed Scene; Whither Diaspora Judaism?; Reform and Conservative Judaism in Israel: Aims and Platforms.