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Letters from Jerusalem. New York, Abelard-Schuman,
1957. 224 p.
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Describes the life, people and spirit of Israel and touches on ner
husband’s economic advisory work in Israel.
Cohen, Arthur A.
Martin Buber. New York, Hillary, 1957. 110
p.
The philosophy and theology analyzed.
Cohen, Ruth Kolko. A
boy’s quiet voice. New York, Greenberg, 1957. 115
p.
The impact of personal tragedy upon an American Jewish family
when a boy of 14 is stricken with cancer.
Cohon, Beryl
D. Out of the heart. New York, Vantage, 1957. 120
p.
Intimate talks by the rabbi of Sinai Temple, Brookline, Mass.
Crowther, Bosley.
The lion’s share: the story of an entertainment empire.
New York Dutton, 1957. 320 p.
How men like Samuel Goldwyn, Louis B. Mayer, Irving Thalberg
and Dore Schare contributed to the growth of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
and the motion picture industry.
Cultural assimilation and tensions in Israel (in
International Social Science
Bulletin ,
vol. VIII, no. 1, p. 1-123, 1956). New York, UNESCO, 1956.
Socio-psychological study carried out by a team of scholars on the
problems of new immigrants.
Danish, Max
D. The world of David Dubinsky. Cleveland, World, 1957.
347 p.
The story of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union under
the leadership of Dubinsky for a quarter of a century, and the contribu-
tion he made to the welfare of the workers in the garment industry
of America.
Davis, Moshe,
and
Meyer, Isidore
S., eds. The writing of American Jewish
history. New York, American Jewish Historical Society, 1957. 322 p.
The different areas of American Jewish historiography treated in papers
which were originally presented by historians at a conference marking
the tercentenary of Jewish settlement in the United States.
Donn,
F. S. The Israel way to peace: a study of biblical prophecy and the
twentieth century. Grand Rapids, Baker, 1957. 180 p.
Dresner, Samuel
H. Prayer, humility and compassion. Philadelphia, Jewish
Publication Society, 1957. 255 p.
A devotional relating Hasidic and ethical concepts of Judaism to
modern life.
Dubnow, Simon.
Memoirs: 1922-1933: vol. 3 (in Russian) . New York, Ameri-
can Federation of Russian Jews, 1957. 200 p.
Letters and historical notes from the diary of the famous Russian-
Jewish historian.
י------ . Nationalism and history: essays on old and new Judaism. Edited with
an introductory essay by Koppel S. Pinson. Philadelphia, Jewish Publica-
tion Society, 1958. 385 p.
Dubnow’s views on Jewish nationalism and his philosophy of Jewish
history.
Edelman, Lily.
Israel: new people in an old land. New York, Thomas Nel-
son, 1958. 208 p.
A popular and well illustrated exposition of the birth and growth of
modern Israel by a competent writer.
Eichhorn, David Max.
Cain: son of the serpent. New York, Whittier, 1957.
160 p.
The story of Cain and Abel retold from Midrashic and Hebrew
literature.
Ellis, Harry
B. Israel and the Middle East. New York, Ronald Press, 1957.
260 p.
Summary of the origins and present state of Arab-Israeli relations.