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Table of Contents

Preface 23(4)
PART I The North American Colonial Jew, 1585-1775
The Coming of the Jews to British and Dutch North America, 1585-1655
27(7)
Joachim Gaunse Denies the Divinity of Jesus, September 12-16, 1589
28(1)
Peter Stuyvesant, Manhattan, to the Amsterdam Chamber of Directors, September 22, 1654
29(1)
Amsterdam Jewry's Successful Intercession for the Manhattan Immigrants, January 1655
30(2)
Rev. Johannes Megapolensis, New Amsterdam, to the Classis, the Governing Board of the Dutch Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Holland, March 18, 1655
32(1)
The West India Company to Peter Stuyvesant, April 26, 1655
32(1)
Peter Stuyvesant, New Amsterdam, to the Board of the West India Company, Amsterdam [October 30, 1655]
33(1)
Political Rights and Disabilities under the English, 1669-1762
34(6)
The Fundamental Constitution of Carolina, 1669
35(2)
Frame of Government of Pennsylvania, 1682
37(1)
The Charter of Massachusetts Bay, 1691
37(1)
The British Naturalization Act, 1740
37(1)
Why the Court Refused to Naturalize Aaron Lopez, Superior Court Rhode Island, Newport, SS. March Term, 1762
38(2)
Living as a Jew in a Christian Community, 1658-1760
40(5)
Jacob Lumbrozo Denies the Divinity of Jesus, February 23, 1658
41(1)
The Dread of Intermarriage, June 7, 1743
42(1)
Manuel Josephson Befriends a New England Poet, October 15, 1760
43(2)
Culture and Acculturation, 1722-1770
45(5)
Harvard Honors and Appoints Its First Jewish Member of the Faculty, May 22, 1722
46(1)
The Jews of New York City, November 2, 1748
47(1)
Rhode Island College Welcomes Jewish Students, April 17, 1770
48(2)
How They Made a Living, 1754-1763
50(7)
Rival Boston Tobacconists, a Jew and a Gentile, Trade Verbal Blows, October 21, 29; November 5, 1754
51(1)
Isaac Moses Becomes an Indentured Servant, May 19, 1758
52(1)
Barnard Gratz Writes to Brother Michael Who Was about to Come to America, November 20, 1758
53(1)
Isaac Delyon of Savannah Ships Barnard Gratz of Philadelphia Rice and Hides in Exchange for Groceries, September 24, 1760
54(1)
Isaac Elizer and Samuel Moses of Newport Dispatch a Ship to Africa for a Cargo of Slaves, October 29, 1762
55(1)
Abraham Chapman [Chapman Abraham] Escapes Being Burnt at the Stake in Pontiac's Rebellion, 1763
56(1)
The Colonial Jewish Community, 1728 to Ca. 1770
57(10)
The Oldest Extant Constitution of a North American Jewish Community, September 15, 1728
58(3)
Religious Laxity in the Backcountry, September 14, 1757
61(1)
Hired Officiants in New York City, Slaughterer, Beadle, Minister, 1765-1768
62(3)
Philadelphia Sets Out to Establish a Synagog, ca. 1770
65(2)
Jewish Education, 1755-1762
67(3)
The First All-Day School [December 7, 1755]
68(1)
The Search for a School Teacher, December 16, 1760
68(1)
Mr. Abrahams Must Teach the Three R's [April 25, 1762]
69(1)
Jewish Culture in British North America, 1766
70(3)
Isaac Pinto's Translations of Various Sephardic Hebrew Prayers, 1766
71(2)
Charity, Social Welfare, Compassion, 1755-1773
73(6)
Obras Pias: Pious Works
73(6)
Jewish Social Life in the North American English Colonies, 1761-1773
79(5)
Newport's Jewish Club, November 25 to December 16, 1761
80(1)
Miriam Gratz, Philadelphia, to Barnard Gratz, London, Her Brother-in-Law, August 26, 1769
81(1)
Teenager Esther Hart of Charles Town, South Carolina, Writes to Aaron Lopez, the Newport Merchant, September 3, 1773
82(2)
The Concept of Kelal Yisrael in Colonial America, 1759-1774
84(9)
Newport Jews Ask New York's Jews to Help Them Build a Synagog, March 21, 1759
85(1)
Henry Isreall of Jamaica Wants Aaron Lopez of Newport to Send Him Kosher Meat, July 8, 1770
86(1)
After a Devastating Hurricane in the West Indies, the Congregation in St. Eustatius Turns to New York Jewry for Help, September 7, 1772
87(1)
Congregation Gate of Heaven, London, Asks American Jews to Aid the Oppressed Jews of Hebron in Palestine, May 5, 1773
87(1)
An Apostle from the Holy Land, April 17, 1774
88(5)
PART II The Early National Period, 1776-1840
Political Rights of American Jews, 1776-1809
93(12)
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America, In Congress, July 4, 1776
94(1)
Moses M. Hays Refuses to Sign a Discriminatory Test Oath, July 11, 1776
95(1)
The Maryland Constitution Permits Christians Only to Hold Office, November 11, 1776
95(1)
New York State Is the First State to Emancipate Jews, April 20, 1777
96(1)
Philadelphia Jewry Asks for Political Equality, December 23, 1783
97(2)
The Northwest Ordinance Implicitly Emancipates Jews in All New States, July 13, 1787
99(1)
Jonas Phillips Asks the Constitutional Convention to Emancipate Pennsylvania's Jews, September 7, 1787
99(1)
Constitution of the United States, 1778-1791
100(1)
Sunday Legislation in New York State, February 12, 1788
101(1)
Jacob Henry Pleads for Political Equality, December 6, 1809
102(3)
Jews in the General Community, 1780-1816
105(10)
Francis Sheftall Writes to Her Husband, July 20, 1780
105(2)
The Gentiles of Philadelphia Help the Synagog, April 30, 1788
107(1)
Newport Jews Exchange Letters with President George Washington, 1790
108(2)
Mordecai M. Noah's Dismissal from Office because of His Jewish Religion, April 25, 1816
110(5)
The Cultural Level of American Jewry, 1810-1839
115(8)
Grace Seixas Nathan, Poet, 1810 and on
116(1)
Penina Moise, Poet, 1820 and on
117(1)
Rachel Mordecai Lazarus, an Intellectual, 1827-1838
118(3)
Isaac Gomez, Jr., Anthologist, 1829
121(1)
A Poem by Joseph Lyons, May 23, 1834
122(1)
Octavia Harby Moses, Poet, 1839
122(1)
Making A Living in the United States, 1782-1840
123(8)
Haym Salomon, Broker to the Office of Finance, November 16, 1782
124(1)
Abraham Seixas Advertises His Wares, 1794
125(1)
Lt. Col. Aaron Levy, Land Promoter, July 4, 1821
126(1)
Aunt Sally, Businesswoman, May 19, 1825
127(1)
Lewis Polock, Pantaloon Prince of the Peninsula, 1840
128(3)
American Jewish Communities, 1810-1812
131(8)
Constitution and Charter of Rodeph Shalom, Philadelphia, 1810-1812
132(4)
Hannah Adams Surveys American Jewry, 1812
136(3)
Religious Life in the United States, 1787-1826
139(8)
Dr. Benjamin Rush Describes a Jewish Wedding, June 27, 1787
140(2)
Orthodox Rachel Lazarus Seeks a More Jewish Community, 1792(?)
142(2)
Jacob Mordecai Dedicates Beth Shalome, Richmond's Synagog, September 15, 1822
144(1)
Goals of America's First Reform Synagog, 1826
145(2)
Educating Young Jews, 1821-1850s
147(10)
Moses Elias Levy's New Style Community, May 9, 1821
148(2)
Isaac Leeser's Proposed School, March 8, 1835
150(2)
Rosa Mordecai's Recollection of the First Hebrew Sunday School, 1850s
152(5)
Jewish Culture, 1820-1840
157(7)
Israel Vindicated: The Historicity of Jesus, 1820
158(2)
Isaac Leeser's Views on the Education of Jewish Girls, 1835
160(2)
Isaac Leeser Pleads for Equality of Rights for Jews, December 8, 1840
162(2)
Social Welfare Activity, 1819-1837
164(7)
The Female Hebrew Benevolent Society of Philadelphia, 1819-1837
165(3)
United Hebrew Beneficent Society of Philadelphia, 1822-1837
168(3)
A Jewish Family in the Old South, 1812-1837
171(6)
Childhood in South Carolina, By Raphael Jacob Moses, 1812-1825
171(4)
The Ethical Will of Deborah Moses, 1837
175(2)
The Kinship of All Jews, 1818-1840
177(13)
Mordecai M. Noah, Proto-Zionist, April 17, 1818
179(1630)
Noah's Proclamation to World Jewry, September 15, 1825
1809
Noah Launches the Colony of Ararat at Buffalo, September 15, 1825
182(1)
Cincinnati Jewry Asks Charleston Jewry for Aid in Building a Synagog, July 3, 1825
183(2)
John Forsyth, Secretary of State, Instructs the American Consul at Alexandria to Intercede for the Oppressed Jews in Damascus, August 14, 1840
185(1)
Philadelphia Jewry Protests against Persecution of Jews in Damascus, August 27, 1840
185(5)
PART III The German Period, 1841-1924
The Coming of the Germans, 1853-1880
190(6)
Isaac Jalonick of Texas Writes a Letter, May 28, 1853
191(1)
A California Immigrant, January 13, 1854
192(1)
America: A Land of Milk and Honey, 1860
193(1)
Heinrich Bachman Leaves for America, September 30, 1880
194(2)
Jew-Hatred and General Grant, 1862-1870
196(7)
General Grant's Orders Discriminating against Jews, November 9, 1862 to September 14, 1868
198(4)
President Grant Pleads on Behalf of the Persecuted Rumanian Jews, December 8, 1870
202(1)
The Jew as Citizen, 1862-1888
203(7)
Matron Pember Makes Her Rounds in the 7000-Bed Confederate Army Hospital, 1862
204(2)
``First Americans and Then Israelites'': An Editorial in The American Israelite, August 23, 1872
206(1)
Keep the Jews Out of America [By Telemachus T. Timayenis], 1888
207(3)
The Secular Culture of the American Jew, 1855-1896
210(9)
On the Religious Proscription of Catholics, By Philip Phillips, July 4, 1855
211(2)
Before Women Were Human Beings: Adventures of an American [Female] Fellow in German Universities of the 1890s, By Ida H. Hyde, 1893-1896
213(6)
The Jew and the Economy, 1861-1895
219(9)
From Peddler to Regimental Commander, By Louis Gratz, 1861-1862
220(4)
The Strauses Expand Their Department Store Holdings, By Isidor Straus, January 1893
224(2)
Successful Businesswomen, 1895
226(2)
The Attempts to Create a National American Jewish Community, 1841-1906
228(10)
The First Formal Attempt to Organize All of American Jewry, July 12, 1841
229(4)
The First National Census of American Jewry, 1878
233(2)
Organizing the American Jewish Committee, By Louis Marshall, January 12, 1906
235(3)
Judaism Under the Germans, 1873-1902
238(11)
The Constitution of the First Permanent National Jewish Association of Synagogs, July 9, 1873
240(1)
The Terefah---Unkosher---Banquet, July 11, 1883
240(1)
The Pittsburgh Liberal Religious Platform, November 16-18, 1885
241(2)
The Preamble and Constitution of the Jewish Theological Seminary, May 9, 1886
243(1)
The New Charter of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, February 20, 1902
244(1)
What a Jewish Girl Would Not Do if She Were a Rabbi, By Ray Frank, May 23, 1890
244(3)
Principles Adopted by the [Orthodox] Jewish Congregational Union of America, June 8, 1898
247(2)
Jewish Education and Culture in the German Period, 1855-1915
249(12)
A New York City Jewish Day School, April to May, 1855
251(2)
The Education of Jewish Women in America, By I. J. Benjamin, 1859-1862
253(2)
Louis Marshall Questions the Place of Hebrew in Public Education, May 12, 1908
255(3)
Louis D. Brandeis Addresses the Educated Jew, January 1915
258(3)
American Jewish Philanthropy in the German Period, 1871-1923
261(17)
Constitution of Chebra [Society] Achim Rachmonim, December 24, 1871
262(4)
Organizing the National Council of Jewish Women, September 7, 1893
266(4)
Louis Marshall and the American Jewish Committee Organize a Relief Organization during World War I, September 1, 1914
270(1)
Joint Distribution Committee Statement Showing Funds Appropriated for the Relief of Jewish War Sufferers, November 1914 to June 30, 1921
271(1)
Jacob Schiff and Julius Rosenwald's Plan to Restore Devastated Europe after the Armistice of World War I, By Jacob Schiff, November 21, 1918
272(1)
Federating Charities and the Creation of an Overall Jewish Community, By Solomon Lowenstein, May 13-16, 1923
273(5)
Home and Sociality, 1858-1897
278(8)
The Criteria for a Governess, By Mordecai Benjamin, November 28, 1858
279(1)
Sophie Heller Goldsmith's Courtship and Marriage, By Sophia Heller Goldsmith, 1861-1865
280(2)
Isaac Mayer Wise Announces His Second Marriage, April/May, 1876
282(1)
Constitution of the Phoenix Club, Cincinnati, 1897
282(4)
Kinship: Every Jew Is Responsible for His Fellow Jew, 1859-1906
286(10)
San Francisco Jewry Appeals to the United States Senate to Denounce the Abduction of Edgar Mortara, January 15, 1859
288(2)
Jacob H. Schiff Intercedes for the Jews of Morocco, November 21, 1905
290(4)
Origin of the Galveston Movement, By Jacob H. Schiff, October 25, 1906
294(2)
PART IV The East European Period, 1852-1924
Jews and Their Variant Views in Matters Political, 1906-1911
296(7)
The Condition of Working Women, from the Working Woman's Viewpoint, By Rose H. Phelps Stokes, New York City, 1906
297(2)
Schiff, the Banker, Chides Taft, the President: American Jewish Citizens Experience Political Disabilities, By Jacob Schiff, February 20, 1911
299(4)
The East European Jew as Citizen, 1918-1924
303(12)
Heroes Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor during World War I, September to October 1918
304(1)
Abraham Krotoshinsky, a Polish Immigrant, Rescues the ``Lost'' Battalion, By Abraham Krotoshinsky, October 7-8, 1918
305(4)
Independence Day in the Ghetto, July 4, 1924
309(6)
The New Immigrants---The East Europeans---Acquire Secular Culture, 1902-1947
315(6)
Cultured Russian Women Emigres, By Hutchins Hapgood, October 1902
316(1)
The Impact of Morris R. Cohen, a Cultured East European Immigrant, By Milton R. Konvitz, 1947
317(4)
The East Europeans Struggle to Survive, 1889-1924
321(11)
New York's East European Working Women, By Julia Richman, 1893
323(2)
A North Dakota Farmer, By Bennie Greenberg, April 22, 1897
325(1)
The Protocol of Peace in the Cloak, Suit, and Skirt Trade, September 2, 1910
326(3)
A Small Town Emigre Merchant, By Jacob R. Marcus, 1889-1924
329(3)
The Kehillah of New York City and the American Jewish Congress, 1914-1918
332(8)
Charter of the Kehillah (Jewish Community) of New York City, April 5, 1914
334(1)
Rabbi Judah L. Magnes, Chairman of the Jewish Community of New York City, Presents His Annual Report, November 8, 1914
335(2)
Resolutions of the American Jewish Congress, Philadelphia, December 15-18, 1918
337(3)
The Religious Life of the East European Immigrants, ca. 1890-1916
340(9)
Holy Moses, A Peddler, Brings the Jewish Gospel to the Gentiles, By Beryl B. Gordon, ca. 1890
341(1)
A Camden, New Jersey Combination Synagog and Burial Society, 1894
342(4)
A Socialist Parodies the Ten Commandments, By Morris Winchevsky, 1895
346(1)
A New Supplication for a Woman Whose Husband Has Deserted Her, 1916
347(2)
Jewish Education and Culture in the World of the East European Newcomers, 1893-1918
349(14)
Growing Up in New Albany, Indiana, By Ruth Sapinsky, 1893-1906
351(2)
A Russian Jew Recalls the Day He Left Home, By Joseph Bovshover, ca. 1896-1897
353(2)
The Menorah Movement: A Synthesis of American, Hebraic, and Judaic Culture, 1906-1918
355(1)
East European Type Hebrew Schools, By Alexander Dushkin, 1918
356(5)
New York City's Yiddish Press, By Samuel Margoshes, 1918
361(2)
The East European Newcomers Help Themselves, 1892-1924
363(12)
Constitution and By-Laws of the Brotherly Benevolent Association Linas Hazedek [Hospice] of Hudson County, New Jersey, February 5, 1892-1975
364(3)
Instructing an Immigrant Jewish Woman How to Keep House, 1903
367(2)
New York City Free Loan Societies, By Samuel Seinfel, 1917
369(2)
The Jewish Migration Problem---How It Has Been Met, By Albert Rosenblatt, Vice President, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), 1924
371(4)
The Social Life of the East European Jewish Immigrant, 1905
375(6)
Life on New York's Lower East Side, By A. H. Fromenson, 1905
376(5)
Anti-Zionism, Zionism, Aid to Jews in Distress: The Oneness of Jewry, 1897-1921
381(15)
Rabbi Isaac M. Wise Rejects Zionism, July 6, 1897
382(2)
The Basel Program, August 30, 1897
384(1)
The Balfour Declaration, November 2, 1917
384(1)
Louis D. Brandeis Appeals to America's Educated Jews to Espouse Zionism, January 1915
385(1)
Henrietta Szold Helps Rebuild Palestine, October 7, 1921
386(3)
American Orthodox Newcomers Pioneer in Helping Their East European Fellow Jews, By M. E. Ravage, August to October 4, 1914
389(1)
The Natives and the ``Germans'' Establish the American Jewish Relief Committee, By M. E. Ravage, October 25, 1914
390(1)
The East European Proletarians Organize the People's Relief Committee, By M. E. Ravage, August 1915
391(5)
PART V Emerging American Period, 1925-1960
Acceptance and Rejection, 1932-1952
396(10)
Justice Benjamin Nathan Cardozo, By Felix S. Cohen, 1932
398(3)
The New York Law against Discrimination, March 12, 1945
401(2)
President Truman's Veto of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, June 25, 1952
403(3)
Jews and Gentiles, 1928-1958
406(8)
The Righteous Gentile, By Abby G. A. Rockefeller, January 1928
407(1)
The Gentile Declaration of Independence from the Jew Dictatorship, Jew Mongers, Jew Monopolists, and the Jew ``Secret Controls'' in the United States, Gentile Protocols, 1941
408(2)
A Young Jewish Idealist, By Sidney Rabbinowitz, April 26, 1943
410(1)
Jewish Unemployment Problems, Chicago, Report of Activities, October 1954
411(2)
The Jewish Braille Institute of America, Inc., November 13, 1958
413(1)
Jews and the World of the Secular Sciences, 1944-1955
414(8)
Selman Abraham Waksman and His Miracle Mold, By Al Bohling, 1944
415(2)
Albert Einstein and His Jewishness, By David M. Szonyi, 1979
417(5)
The Economic World of the American Jew, 1922-1966
422(7)
Tillie Lewis, Industrialist, By Caroline Bird, 1934-1966
423(3)
Samuel Goldwyn: Cinema Perfectionist, By Albin Krebs, 1922-1959
426(3)
The Overall Structured Community, Locally and Nationally, 1945-1949
429(6)
Jewish Community Council of Essex County, N.J., 1945
430(1)
Allied Jewish Community Council of Denver, 1949
431(1)
Plan for a Permanent Overall Organization of American Jews, 1947
432(3)
The Jewish Religion and Its Adherents, 1937-1960
435(12)
The Zionist Paragraphs in the Columbus Platform, May 27, 1937
437(1)
Religious Trends in Reform Jewry, 1953
437(2)
The Conservative Movement in Judaism, By Simon Greenberg, 1955
439(2)
In Orthodoxy the Woman Is Not Inferior, By Menachem Schneerson, May 27, 1957
441(2)
Sabbath Eve in an American Hassidic Home, 1959
443(2)
Some Premises of Reconstructionism, By Mordecai M. Kaplan, April 1960
445(2)
Jewish Education and Culture, 1940s(?)-1966
447(11)
The Mezuza, By Karl Shapiro, 1940s(?)
450(1)
All I Could Think of Was a Hot Pastrami Sandwich, By Jacob Philip Rudin, March 1943
451(2)
Brandeis University Is One Year Old, By Maurice L. Zigmond, 1949
453(2)
The American Jewish Woman of Tomorrow, By Mrs. Allen I. Edles, 1958
455(1)
The Value of a Jewish Day School Education, By Alvin Irwin Schiff, 1966
456(2)
Philanthropy and Philanthropists, 1925-1986
458(14)
Dr. Joseph A. Rosen Reports on Jewish Colonization Work in Russia, September 12-13, 1925
460(1)
Hadassah President's Report, By Rose G. Jacobs, 1937
461(3)
Address of Governor Herbert H. Lehman at Emergency Conference of the United Jewish Appeal at the Harmonie Club, New York City, April 2, 1939
464(3)
Once and For All, Cary Grant Is Not Jewish! By Leo Gallin, 1986
467(2)
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1925-1956
469(3)
The Jewish Social Background, 1950s-1960
472(8)
Coming-of-Age in the South: The Southern Jewish American Princess in the Fabulous Fifties, By Arlene G. Peck, 1950s
473(3)
``Treat Your Sister Like a Little Lady,'' By Irving Leibowitz, May 2, 1958
476(1)
The Jewish Community Center, By Herbert Millman, 1960
477(3)
The Holocaust, Israel, and American Jewry, 1945-1950
480(17)
Chaplain Abraham J. Klausner and Germany's Displaced Jews, By Abraham J. Klausner, 1945
481(5)
Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel, May 14, 1948
486(3)
David Ben Gurion and Jacob Blaustein Agree that American Jewry's Prime Loyalty Is to the United States, August 23, 1950
489(8)
PART VI The Flowering of American Jewry, 1960s-2000
Equal Rights for Jews, 1964-1980s
497(8)
The Civil Rights Law of 1964, July 2, 1964
498(2)
Church-State Relations in America Today, By Jill L. Kahn, 1980s
500(5)
The Jew as Citizen, 1970s-1990
505(13)
The Campus: Conflict or Challenge? By Alfred Jospe, 1970s
507(2)
Beware of the Jew, 1980s
509(1)
Arthur J. Goldberg, 1908-1990, By Eric Pace
510(5)
Jews in the Kansas City Country Club, December 1990
515(3)
The Secular Culture of the American Jew, 1976-1978
518(7)
I Said That I Was an American, a Jew, a Writer by Trade, By Saul Bellow, November 14, 1976
520(2)
Rosalyn Yalow Refuses to Accept a Woman of the Year Award, By Rosalyn Yalow, June 12, 1978
522(3)
Making a Living in America, 1973-1990
525(13)
A German Jewish Refugee Entrepreneur Sells Canaries, Gerbils, and Guppies, By Roger Ricklefs, June 21, 1973
527(3)
Economic Improvement Is Not the Only or the Main Purpose of Life, By Arthur F. Burns, May 4, 1976
530(1)
A Letter to Pop, By Art Buchwald, July 4, 1976
531(1)
William S. Paley and the Columbia Broadcasting System: A Review of Sally Bedell Smith's In All His Glory: The Life of William S. Paley, By Christopher Buckley, November 4, 1990
532(6)
The American Jewish Community, 1964-1986
538(8)
Services Provided by the Local Jewish Community, Locally, Nationally, Internationally, By S. P. Goldberg, 1964
540(1)
The Greater Boston Area Jewish Ensemble, 1985
541(2)
Data Highlights of Greater Kansas City Jewry, 1986
543(3)
American Jewish Religion on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century, 1963-1990
546(17)
The Faith of a Jewish Woman, By Jane B. Bloch, May 4, 1963
547(2)
The Many Voices of Orthodoxy, By Michael Wyschogrod, December 19, 1966
549(1)
The First American Woman Rabbi, By Sally Priesand, 1972-1975
550(3)
Conservative Judaism, 1978-1988
553(4)
The Central Conference of American Rabbis: Resolution on Abortion Rights, June 23-26, 1980
557(1)
The Havurah Movement Comes of Age, By Jonathan Shenker, April 2, 1982
557(2)
The American Council for Judaism Reaffirms Its Position, Summer 1983
559(1)
Homosexuals and the Reform Rabbinate, June 25, 1990
560(3)
Jewish Education and Culture, 1961-1968
563(9)
A Scientist Remains within the Ambit of Judaism, By Enoch Gordis, April 1961
565(2)
The Quest for Jewish Identity in America, By John Slawson, June 2, 1963
567(2)
My Jewishness Has Always Been a Source of Pride, By David Dubinsky, January 16, 1968
569(3)
Millionaires and Paupers, 1965-1984
572(8)
The Shabby Millionaire, September 1, 1965
573(3)
Interest-Free Loans to Immigrants, May 1, 1983
576(1)
A Survivor of the Holocaust Has a Jar Brimming with Quarters, By Julian Mincer, December 9, 1984
577(3)
Problems and Challenges, 1964-1989
580(11)
The Roots of Negro Animosity towards Jews, By Steven Prystowsky, March 25, 1964
582(3)
Men Talk about the 2nd Time Around, By Jane Biberman, January 29-30, 1987
585(3)
The Impact of Feminism on American Jewish Life, By Sylvia Barack Fishman, 1989
588(3)
The Oneness of World Jewry: Israel, Vatican II, The Holocaust, the Ethiopians, 1964-1991
591(23)
Does Zionism Have a Future, By Eliezer Livneh, 1964
595(3)
The Catholic Church Reproves Every Form of Persecution, Nostra Aetate Declaration, October 28, 1965
598(2)
Report to the Honourable Jimmy Carter, President of the United States, By Elie Wiesel, Chairman of the President's Commission on the Holocaust, September 27, 1979
600(3)
Elie Wiesel, Like a Prophet of Old, Chides President Reagan, April 19, 1985
603(3)
The Revolution American Jewry Is Sleeping Through, By Sholom Stern, February 1, 1990
606(3)
Operation Solomon: Flying Ethiopian Jews to Israel, Bribes and Precision Helped the Rescue, By Helen Davis, May 24-25, 1991
609(3)
Helping Jews in the Old Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, By Jacob R. Marcus, 1990s
612(2)
The Onset of the Twenty-First Century: The Future of The American Jew
614(5)
Acknowledgments 619(4)
Source Notes 623(16)
Index 639

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