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il n a y
, Z
e e v
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The guide to Israel. Cleveland, World, 1960. 576 p.
A handy reference and guide book for the traveller and the student,
with a concise introduction to the historical setting and activity of
every place in Israel by an authority who has traversed the land for
many years. Also includes the latest information for tourists.
W
e i s s
, J
o h n
.
Moses Hess: utopian socialist. Detroit, Wayne State Univer-
sity, 1960. 80 p.
W
e it z n e r
, E
m il
.
Meditations of a humanist. New York, Behrman, 1960.
116 p.
Adaptations of Psalms and traditional Jewish prayers by a Jewish
humanist.
W
iz n it z e r
, A
r n o l d
.
Jews in Colonial Brazil. New York, Columbia Univer-
sity Press, 1960. 227 p.
Based on intensive research in the archives of the Inquisition as well
as many other early repositories.
W
o u k
, H
e r m a n
.
This is my God. Garden City, Doubleday,
1 9 5 9 . 3 5 6 p .
The author explains the basic concepts of Judaism from the modern
orthodox viewpoint.
W
y n n
, K
e e n a n
.
Ed Wynn’s son. Garden City, Doubleday, 1959. 236 p.
The comedian’s son describes the experiences in the theater with his
father.
Yearbook of the Central Conference of American Rabbis: vol. 69. Edited
by Sidney L. Regner. New York, 1960. 361 p.
The record of activity of the reform rabbinate in America.
Z
w e ig
, F
e r d y n a n d
.
The Israeli worker. New York, Herzl Press, 1959.
305 p.
An historical and sociological study on the achievements, attitudes
of the workers, and a detailed analysis of the industrial composition of
labor and the policies affecting the different groups of workers.