Beirut: Palestine Research Center, February 1969. Paperback. 175p., softbound in 7x4.5 inch plain printed wraps, folded chart ("Balance of Payments") bound in at back; mild edgewear to covers, a very good copy. Palestine monographs 16.
At random, a quote from p.105: Population and land factors "become favourable for the [Zionist] movement only as a result of abnormal events, revolutions and wars. It was, for example the progroms [sic] of Eastern Europe, World War I, the Russian Socialist Revolution, the rise of Hitler, World War II, the Israeli-Arab War of 1948, and the Sinai Campaign which promoted the flow of immigrants to Israel. As such peopling the land, as well as acquiring the land on which to receive the people, is dependent on military operations. Does this mean that the Zionists may provoke disturbances and wars in various parts of the world in order to achieve their aim -- the 'ingathering of the exiles'?"