Publications Archives

HYMAN R.FAINE

The pessimist who wrote the words “Sing a new song” was clearly speaking to the entire nation of Israel, calling on it to reaffirm its relationship with God.

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JEWISH DUALISM

Many students of our national Gestalt have dealt with the phenomenon of dualism in our psyche as a fundamental characteristic of the Jewish people.

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INAUGURAL ADDRESS:TOWARD PEACE AND SOCIAL PROGRESS

With Ehud Barak elected as the over-whelming choice of the citizens of Israel to head the country as its Prime Minister, a new era has dawned for the Jewish State.

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THE HOLOCAUST IN AMERICAN LIFE

People who came of age in the sixties and seventies are so accustomed to having the Holocaust at the center of their attention that they rarely give it a second thought.

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COPYRIGHTS:ANCIENT AND MODERN

In Bleak House, Charles Dickens, once a court reporter, details the drawn-out case of Jarndyce v .Jarndyce, a probate matter in which the case persists long after the witnesses have died and both the litigants and judges now have snowy white coiffures.

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THE KEHILAH IN WARSAW

“Warsaw” stands for many Jewish worlds, each one with its own particular atmosphere.

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MISHA LOUVISH

Misha Louvish, longtime contributor to the Jewish Frontier, was feted on his 90th birthday.

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A LABOR ZIONIST PEACE MISSION

Fresh after Ehud Barak’s election victory, the Labor Zionist Alliance took its place this June with the rest of our Labor Zionist movement chaverim from around the world.

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A SWEET AND SOUR VICTORY

For the Israel Labor Party, or rather “One Israel” — the list comprising of Labor, David Levy’s Gesher and the moderate religious party Meimad – -the results of the May 17 elections were an extremely pleasant surprise in so far as the election of the Prime minister was concerened.

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AN AFTERNOON WITH MEYER LEVIN

Sometime in the mid-1960’s I had the good fortune to interview Meyer Levin, author of “The Old Bunch” and “Compulsion”.

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