Becoming stateless

Chris Doss itschris13 at
Sat Mar 25 09:06:08 PST 2000

Yep. And therefore the Jews needed a homeland of their own, because there was clearly no way that they could count upon ethnicity-based citizenship in the European nation-state to save their butts.

If I recall Arendt's writing about it
>correctly, she reported that it was a bad situation, because
>stateless people could be deported or imprisoned on that
>account alone. In the nationalistic fervors between the two
>World Wars, people could find themselves literally between
>states, ejected from one and refused entry to another.

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