bibliography at the end of the book lists many important titles, though I don't believe he could have possibly read all these works and still produce this book. And Mayer neither footnotes any of the evidence, nor acknowledges arguments articulated by other scholars. In the 1980s graduate students' lore told of Mayer beginning his colloquia by pounding on the table and declaring that the goal of teaching history is to expose the truth about the way the world really worked starting with the recognition that the United States "is an imperialist nation" that has "the rest of the world by the balls." Plowshares into Swords originates in a similar impulse. Mayer set out to expose the crimes of Zionism and Israel; to prove that from the outset Zionism was a colonialist movement, aggressive and expansionist in its goals, racist and segregationist in its configurations, and fascist in its means and aims. Of course, Article 19 of the PLO's original charter already stated that. Doron Ben-Atar Fordham University The Future for Palestinian Refugees, by Michael Dumper. Boulder and London: Lynne Rienner, 2007. 233 pp. $55.00. This book explores solutions for the Palestinian refugees. It claims that "the study is
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