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M a r c u s , J a c o b R a d e r .
American Jewry: documents: eighteenth century. Cin­
cinnati, Hebrew Union College Press, 1959. 492 p.
New sources which give a picture of the daily life of Jews 150 years
ago on the North American continent.
M
argolis
, M
a x
L ., and
M
a r x
, A
l e x a n d e r
. A
history of the Jewish people.
New York, Meridian; Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1958.
752 p.
A paperback reprint of the one-volume history which deals fully with
the social and political life of the Jews.
M
a rk
, J
u l iu s
.
Reaching for the moon and other addresses. New York, Farrar,
Straus and Cudahy, 1959. 177 p.
Sermons delivered by the senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, New York.
M
arkow itz
, S
am u e l
H. Leading a Jewish life in the modern world. New
York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1958. 327 p.
A revised edition of a guide to Jewish living in the home and in the
community.
M
arsha ll
,
S. L . A. Sinai victory. New York, Morrow, 1958. 280 p.
Military analysis of the brief but crucial campaign of Israel against
Egypt over the use of the Suez Canal.
M
a r x
, K
arl
.
A world without Jews. New York, Philosophical Library, 1959.
63 p.
Karl Marx’s anti-Semitic review of the essay on “Th e Jewish Question”
by Bruno Bauer.
M
a x im o n
, S
aad yah
.
Th e book of Hanukkah. Illus. by Siegmund Forst. New
York, Shulsinger, 1958. 128 p.
The story of Hanukkah based on the sources in the books of Maccabees
and Josephus.
M
od iglian i
, J
ea n n e
.
Modigliani: man and myth. Trans, from the Italian by
Esther R. Clifford. New York, Orion Press, distributed by Crown, 1958.
234
p .
Biography by the daughter of Amadeo Modigliani.
M
o lk
, I
sidore
.
The making of an oilman. New York, Citadel, 1959. 252
p .
The autobiography of a pioneer in the Oklahoma oil fields.
M
orros
, B
oris
. M y
ten years as a counterspy, as told to Charles Samuel. New
York, Viking, 1959. 248 p.
How the musician helped the F .B .I . in the apprehension of foreign
spies.
M
oscat i
, S
abat ino
.
Ancient Semitic civilizations. Trans, from the Italian.
New York, Putnam , 1958. 254 p.
A study of the religious and cultural aspects of the ancient Semitic
peoples.
M
oses
B
en
M
aimon
(Maimonides). Th e preservation of youth: essays on
health. Trans, from the Arabic and with introduction by Hirsch L.
Gordon. New York, Philosophical Library, 1958. 92 p.
N
e lson
, H
azel
M
c
C
urd y
.
Bible women come alive. Nashville, Abingdon,
1958. 144
p .
Forty monologues intended to present women of the Bible.
N
ew m an
,
J . Speak unto the children of Israel. New York, Bloch, 1958. 164 p.
Sabbath and festival sermons for children.
N
iles
,
D. T . Studies in Genesis. Philadelphia, Westminster, 1958. 109 p.
/
Essays using the “existential method of Bible study.”
O
e st er l e y
^ IV
h x iam
^
O., and
R
obinson
, T
heodor
H .
An introduction to
Books ofTHefOld Testament. New York, Meridian, 1958. 470 p. Paperback.
O
esterr e ich er
, J
ohn
M., ed. The bridge: a yearbook of Judeo-Christian
studies: vol. III. New York, Pantheon, 1958. 283 p.
A Christian approach to Jewish life.