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tory of Jewish organizations and a list of Jewish periodicals all over the
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G. Major trends in Jewish mysticism. New York, Schocken,
1954. 456 p.
A new edition containing additional bibliographical references and corrections.
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G. Faith through reason: a modern interpretation
of Judaism. New York, National Women’s League of United Synagogue, 1955.
Originally published by Macmillan Co., 1947.
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M. Fascinating facts about American Jewish history. New
York, Twayne, 1954. 159 p.
Questions and answers about American Jews and significant information
about events in which Jews played an important part.
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Conservative Judaism: an American religious movement.
Glencoe, 111., Free Press, 1955. 298 p.
A sociological study of the United Synagogue and its affiliated organizations
in relation to the Jewish Theological Seminary and the leaders of Conservative
Judaism in the United States.
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ed. Jews in the arts and sciences: Jewish Academy of Arts
and Sciences jubilee volume. New York, Herald Square, 1955. 160 p.
Papers on the Jewish influence in literature, philosophy and medicine.
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J. P., ed. Jewish almanac, 1955. New York, Religious Facts Publishers,
1954. n. p.
A daily devotional guide and directory.
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Bitter sweet. New York, Library Publishers, 1955.
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Inspirational paragraphs, poems and lyrics by a rabbi.
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Because I believe. New York, Bloch, 1955.
Sermons and essays by an orthodox rabbi.
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The second book of Maccabees. New York, Harper, 1954.
271 p.
The Greek text with a new English translation and commentary and an
introduction by Solomon Zeitlin. A volume in the Dropsie College edition of
the Jewish apocryphal literature.
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L. Scapegoat of revolution. New York, Scribner, 1954. 352 p.
An analysis of socialist origins of anti-Semitism and the harm done to the
Jewish people by revolutionary movements.
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I., ed. Best Jewish sermons of 5714. New York, Jonathan David,
1954. 178 p.
A collection of sermons for the holy days and special Sabbaths by various
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The great Rabbi Loew of Prague. New York, Farrar,
Straus & Cudahy, 1955. 177 p.
A biography of the Maharal and the background of the Golem story.
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The Septuagint Bible. New York, Falcon’s Wing Press,
1955. 1426 p.
An English translation of the Greek version of the Old Testament. Edited
and revised by C. A. Muses.
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The bishop of Broadway: the life and work of David Belasco.
New York, Library Publishers, 1954. 491 p.
A full biography of the famous New York theatrical impressario.
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The chronicler’s history of Israel. New Haven, Yale, 1954.
207 p.
The Hebrew text of Chronicles-Ezra-Nehemiah re-arranged as an historical
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ed. Anthology of Jewish music. New York, Edward
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and Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1955. 292 p.
Text in English, Yiddish and Hebrew with musical arrangements of sacred
chants and folk music of Jews in eastern Europe.
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A. My life with the microbes. New York, Simon & Schuster,
1954. 365 p.