I may have commented on this previously but at least two big Nos are missing.
1. The proposed Legislative Council idea (which would have killed Zionism in the Arabs hadn't boycotted the elections) in 1923.
2. Begin's Autonomy Proposal of 1978, adopted within the Camp David framework of accords on which Begin noted:
I now wish to explain the three conditions which we cannot concede regarding autonomy in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. First - we cannot impose autonomy on anyone: This can only be realized by agreement. First, therefore there must be full agreement according to (certain) conditions, following the signature of the peace treaty with Egypt. We are prepared to negotiate the conditions under which administrative autonomy in Judea, Samaria and Gaza shall be implemented, the three conditions we shall raise in the negotiations are: (1) Our army, the IDF will be stationed in Judea; Samaria and Gaza as agreed also in the Camp David framework, (2) Security, and (3) Jewish settlement. In the course of time, we shall negotiate the establishment of autonomy following the signature of the peace with Egypt. This is the order of things according to the Camp David agreement, we shall present these conditions and shall insist upon them."