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M a r c u s , J a c o b R a d e r .
Early American Jewry: the Jews of Pennsylvania and the
South, 1655-1790. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1953. 594 p.
An authoritative summary of Jewish life during the colonial period with
vivid descriptions of the activities of the Frankses, Gratzes, Hayim Salomon
and Moses Lindo.
M a t t ,
C.
D a v i d .
The collected poems. Philadelphia, West Philadelphia Jewish
Community Center, 1953. 163 p.
Religious poems written by a conservative rabbi.
M a t t u c k , I s r a e l .
Jewish ethics. New York, Longmans Green, 1953. 158 p.
The moral values of Judaism related to modern problems and their solution.
--------- . The thought of the prophets. New York, Macmillan, 1953. 176 p.
The ideas of the prophets about true religion and the relation of God to
human life stressing the universal aspects of the prophetic mission.
M e y e r , P e t e r , W e i n r y b , B e r n a r d
D.,
D u s c h i n s k y , E u g e n e , a n d S y l v a i n ,
N i c o l a s . T h e
Jews
in th e S o v i e t s a t e l l i t e s . S y r a c u s e , S y r a c u s e U n i v e r s i t y
P r e s s ,
1953. 637
p .
The political and cultural status of the Jews in present day Hungary,
Rumania, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria.
M i l h a u d , D a r i u s .
Notes without music. New York, Knopf, 1953. 355 p.
The autobiography of the famous composer containing a description of
Jewish home life in France.
M i l l g r a m , A b r a h a m
E. Handbook for the congregational school board member.
New York, United Synagogue, 1953. 107 p.
The functions of lay leadership in implementing the work of the Jewish
school.
M o l d e n k e , H a r o l d
N ., and
A lm a
N. Plants of the Bible. Waltham, Mass.,
Chronica Botanica, 1952. 328 p.
Lists all the plants and flowers mentioned in the Bible with many illustra-
tions.
N a d i c h , J u d a h .
Eisenhower and the Jews. New York, Twayne, 1953. 264
p .
The story of the treatment of Jewish displaced persons following the victory
under General Eisenhower.
N e t a n y a h u , B e n z i o n .
Don Isaac Abravanel: statesman and philosopher. Phila-
delphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1953. 346 p.
A scholarly biography of the medieval rabbi, philosopher and Bible com-
mentator.
N e u m a n ,
Abraham Aaron. Landmarks and goals: historical studies and addresses.
Philadelphia, Dropsie College, 1953. 385 p.
A collection of the writings of the president of Dropsie College published in
celebration of his decennial in that office. These papers deal with Jewish
history, religious themes and contemporary issues of American Jewish life.
N e w m a n , L o u i s
I. The Jewish people: faith and life. New York, 1953. 187 p.
A guidebook and manual for newcomers into Judaism.
O e s t e r r e i c h e r , J o h n
M. Walls are crumbling: seven Jewish philosophers discover
Christ. New York, Devin-Adair, 1952. 393 p.
A discussion about Jewish thinkers who were attracted to certain phases of
Roman Catholic thought.
O
lson
, J
ohn
F r e d e r i c k .
Our religious heritage: documents and readings in the
Judaeo-Christian tradition. Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, 1953. 272 p.
Selections from the religious scriptures of Judaism and Christianity for
students.
O r l i n s k y , H a r r y
M. Ancient Israel. Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell University Press,
1954. 210 p.
An historical account giving the college student the salient facts of Hebrew
history interpreted in the light of the latest archaeological discoveries.
O r n s t e i n , S o l o m o n .
My sixty years
in
America. New York, author, 1952. 237
p .
P a t t e r s o n , C h a r l e s H e n r y .
The philosophy of the Old Testament. New York,
Ronald Press, 1953. 557 p.
A study of the ethical and religious ideas in the Bible.
P o o l , D a v i d d e S o l a .
Portraits etched in stone: early Jewish settlers, 1682-1831.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1952. 2nd printing, 1953. 543 p.