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9.
B
a r o n
, S
a l o
W., “Modern Capitalism and Jewish Fate,”
The Menorah Jour
-
nal,
Summer 1942. Jewish future not dependent on capitalist order.
B
a r o n
, S
a l o
W., see No. 41.
10. B
en
A
dir
(pseudonym for
A.
Rosin), “The Central Jewish Problem,”
Di
Tsukunft
, February
1942.
A
Territorialist nationalist approach.
11.
B
e n
G
u r i o n
, D
a v i d
,
Test of Fulfilment: Can Zionism Be Achieved? New
York, American Palestine Committee, 1942, 20 pp. The Zionist case.
B
e n
G
u r i o n
, D
a v i d
,
see No. 109.
12.
B
e n
- I
s r a e l
,
A., Whither Zionism? London, Hashomer Haztair Organization,
[n. d.) 16 pp. The case against the Jewish Commonwealth; for a bi-national
solution.
13.
B
e r n s t e i n
, P
h i l i p
,
“The Remnant of a People;” “Seven Ways to Help Them
Now;” “Alternatives to Zion;” The Case for Zionism.”
The Nation
, January
2, January 9, January 30, February 6, 1943.
A Palestine centered solution.
14.
B
i a l o s t o t z k i
, B .
J., “Jewish Culture after the War,”
Kultur un Derziung,
February 1943. For rapproachement among the different Jewish communities
in post-war reconstruction, compensation and a voluntary tax.
15.
B
i e n s t o c k
, V
i c t or
M., “American-Jewish Leader Outlines Post-War Plans
for Jews; an Interview with George Z. Medalie,”
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Features
, February 13, 1942. A Non-Zionist point of view.
B
r o d e t s k v
,
S., The Jews in the Post-War Settlement. London, The Jewish
Historical Society of England, 1942, 27 pp. A Zionist statement.
16.
B
r u t z k u s
,
J., “On the Morrow After the War,”
American OSE Review,
March-
April
1942.
On health problems of Jews.
17.
C
o h e n
, M
o r r i s
R., “Jewish Studies of Peace and Post-War Problems,”
Contemporary Jewish Record
, April 1941. The need for research. (Available
in reprint form at the American Jewish Committee).
18.
Commission to Study the Organization of Peace
, Preliminary Report and Mono-
graphs, 310 pp.; Second Report and Supporting Papers — Transitional Period,
130 pp.; Third Report and Supporting Papers — The United Nations and the
Organization of Peace, 185 pp. Very important material by outstanding
scholars on post-war problems, including the question of human rights and
minorities.
19.
C
u l b e r t s o n
, E
l y
, “ N
o
Solution Without a Plan,”
The New Palestine,
Wash-
ington, D.
C .
March 5, 1943. A Jewish state in a world federation.
20.
C u l b e r t s o n ,
E
ly
,
Summary of the World Federation, New York, Garden
City Publishing Co. 1943, 66 pp.
Includes suggested solution for Palestine
as a sovereign or internationalized state with a Jewish majority.
21.
D
u k e r
, A
b r a h a m
G., “Palestine and Jewish Survival in a World of
D e -
mocracy.”
The Reconstructionist,
March 5, 1943.
A
Jewish majority in
Palestine necessary for Jewish group survival in the post-war world.
22.
D
u k e r
, A
b r a h a m
G., “Political and Cultural Aspects of Jewish Post-War
Problems,”
The Jewish Social Service Quarterly,
September 1942.
A
survey
of research and opinions. The reprint published by the American Jewish
Committee includes a postcript dated February 1943.
23.
D
u n n e r
, J
o s e p h
,
“Jews in the Post-War World,”
The National Jewish
Monthly
, December
1942.
Count Coudenhove-Kalergi’s pan-European
opinions. Solution through Palestine, additional territory if needed and
eventual assimilation for Jews in Western Europe.
24.
E
i s l a n d
,
R., “Post-War Problems for our Relief Organizations,”
Undzer
Shtime
, June 1942.
Relief problems which may face the
landsmanshaften.
25.
E
n g e l m a n
, U
r i a h
Z., “Facing the Spectre of Annihilation,”
The Jewish
Forum
, April
1943.
Predicts further Jewish population decreases.
26.
E
p s t e i n
, B
e i n e s h
,
“The Third Exodus,”
Zionews,
March 27, April 17, 1942.
For liquidation of East European diaspora, by mass emigration to Palestine
with international aid.
27.
F
e u e r
, L
e o n
I., Why A Jewish State. New York, Richard R. Smith, 1942,
94 pp.
A Jewish state in Palestine as the major solution of Jewish post-war
problems.
F
r e e m a n
,
D., See No. 109.
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