Page 54 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 17 (1958-1959)

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UDEL MARK memorializes the late Jacob Levin, who was
an active member of the Jewish Book Council for many
years. He describes Levin’s valuable contributions to the develop­
ment of the Yiddish school movement and lauds his rationalistic
outlook. Levin’s role as a founder of the Yiddish school, as author
of its textbooks and enhancer of its ideology, is highlighted.
Yudel Mark also deals with Levin as an indefatigable worker for
Jewish culture and for the continuity of high literary values in
Jewish life.
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