Publications Archives

DROUGHT

I am an agnostic.

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TAKING STOCK

Every so often the fate of several hundred Yemenite and other new immigrant children, who allegedly disappeared in Israel in the years 1949-54, returns to haunt Israel .

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THEOCRACY vs DEMOCRACY

A Festival of Judaic Studies took place this June in Upper Galilee at the Kfar Blum Kibbutz Guest House.

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STATE OF ISRAEL IS BORN!

Who shot it down? You may ask . “I shot it down,” says Max Alper, a Labor Zionist veteran in Los Angeles

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THE JEWISH BUND AND THE BOLSHEVIKS

The total collapse of Communism in 1991, exactly 143 years after the Communist Manifesto asserted its inevitable victory, has left intellectuals and historians bewildered about how the monster was able to rear its head at all, given the sorry history it belched at every critical juncture.

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DAVID PINSKI

David Pinski (1872 -1959) was one of the first American-Yiddish writers whom the Jewish youth of Poland came to know.

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MODERN YIDDISH CULTURE by EMANUEL S. GOLDSMITH

With the recent publication of a new, updated edition of his impassioned historical retrospective and assessment of a century of Yiddishism, Emanuel S .Goldsmith has provided the Jewish scholar and concerned layman alike with a developmental perspective based on hard data and a vista of the putative benefits of persistence in affirming the future Jewishness through Yiddish.

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TASHLIH

A CENTURY OF MIRACLES

The history of Zionism is marked by a long string of processes and events which seem to be outside the normal development of human affairs, and which we may, by a slight stretch of the meaning, call miracles .

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