Discussion about Jabotinsky’s political, social and economic thought. Analysis of his relationship to liberal democracy, social and economic policy, leadership, army and militarism, discipline and ceremony, the principle of majority rule, the individual, race, nation and humanity. Investigation of Jabotinsky’s Zionist thought: the nation and the Jewish race, connection between the Jewish people and the land of Israel, the Diaspora perception, the role and place of Jewish religion and origins of antisemitism. Discussion on the topics: humanism and ideology, nature of rule and the desired political culture, the relationship to the Arabs, education, the Hebrew language, women’s status, ethics and truth, ways and means to establishing a Jewish state, aliyah, relationship to British rule and the controversy with the workers’ movement.