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Palestine Immigration Policy Under Sir Herbert Samuel
British, Zionist and Arab Attitudes




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ISBN 9780714630960
Published October 27, 1978 by Routledge
180 Pages

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An analysis of the making of immigration policy during the first five years of the Civil Administration. This book examines the various bodies and individuals who took part in the creation of immigration policy, and the nature of such policy-making under the rule of Sir Herbert Samuel.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 PRIMARY FORMATION OF IMMIGRATION POLICY, Chapter 2 THE TURNING POINT — TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF IMMIGRATION, Chapter 3 REVIEW OF IMMIGRATION POLICY: THE ROAD TO THE WHITE PAPER, Chapter 4 THE NEW POLICY: ZIONIST AND ARAB REACTION, Chapter 5 REORGANISATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION AND TRAVEL: ATTEMPTS TO ADJUST ITS MACHINERY TO THE NEW SCHEME OF CONTROL, Chapter 6 THE IMMIGRATION ORDINANCE, 1925, Chapter 7 EBB AND FLOW: ECONOMIC ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY AS A CRITERION FOR IMMIGRATION

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Moshe Mossek