Jewish Citizenship in France: The Temptation of Being Among Ones Own Dominique Schnapper

ISBN: 9781412844567

Published: December 31st 2011

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Jewish Citizenship in France: The Temptation of Being Among Ones Own  by  Dominique Schnapper

Jewish Citizenship in France: The Temptation of Being Among Ones Own by Dominique Schnapper
December 31st 2011 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 151 pages | ISBN: 9781412844567 | 7.37 Mb

The Jews of France have been liberated for over two centuries- they have been considered free citizens and equal to their compatriots. What purpose, then, does it serve to study their citizenship today? Until World War II, French Jews calledMoreThe Jews of France have been liberated for over two centuries- they have been considered free citizens and equal to their compatriots.

What purpose, then, does it serve to study their citizenship today? Until World War II, French Jews called themselves Israelites- they were deeply patriotic and had found a place for themselves in Frances community of citizens. However, outbursts of anti-Semitism during that period reminded them that their new status prevented neither hate nor rejection- they had to persevere in the struggle for citizenship equity.



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