The American Jew, a composite portrait, edited by Oscar I. Janowsky.

New York, London, Harper and Brothers [1942] .

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Subjects Jews -- United States.
United States.
Description xiv pages, 1 leaf, 322 pages, 1 leaf 22 cm
Copyright Date [1942]
Notes "First edition."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-298) and index.
Contents Preface, by Margaret G. Doniger.--Historical background, by O.I. Janowsky.--Judaism and the synagogue, by D. de S. Pool.--Jewish education, achievements and needs, by I.B. Berkson.--The cultural scene: literary expression, by Marie Syrkin.--Hebrew in Jewish culture, by A.S. Halkin.--Structure of the Jewish community, by A.G. Duker.--Economic trends, by Nathan Reich.--Anti-Semitism, by J.J. Weinstein.--Current philosophies of Jewish life, by Milton Steinberg.--Zionism in American Jewish life, by Sulamith Schwartz.--Conclusion, by O.I. Janowsky.--Evaluation of the portrait of American Jewish living: The Jewish community and the outside world, by G.N. Shuster. The national being and the Jewish community, by H.M. Kallen.--Selected bibliography (pages [287]-298).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)475194
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WorldCat Identities Janowsky, Oscar I. 1900-
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