The two main principles of Revisionist Zionism, established by Ze'ev Jabotinksy in 1925 as a more militaristic Zionist approach, were the territorial integrity of a Jewish homeland over all of British mandate Palestine
and the immediate declaration of the Jewish right to political sovereignty. It was the major ideological competitor to the dominant Labor Zionism
and is the ideological precursor to the current Israeli
Likud party. See "Revisionist Zionism
," U.S. Library of Congress, 1988.