Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries

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Palestinians: From Peasants to Revolutionaries

By Rosemary Sayigh
Monthly Review Press, 1979
206 pp. $17.95

The story of the Arab Palestinians told as "popular history" and drawing heavily on the experience in Lebanon and on the recollections of individuals now in the refugee camps in that country. Special pleading, of course, but it captures the essence of Palestinian attitudes and of the revolutionary movement that came into being after the Six-Day War.

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