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28.
G
e l b e r
, L
i o n e l
,
“American Jewry. Bethink Ye! A Plea for a Realistic Policy
Abroad,”
Menorah ,Journal
, January-March 1943.
Palestine necessary for
cultural and religious survival. Zionism’s interest are common with those of
Great Britain.
G
i b b
,
H. A. R.,
s e e
No.
4 1 .
29.
G
i n s b e r g
, M
o r r i s
,
“The Jewish Problem,”
Agenda
, Oxford, October 1942.
A summary of problems; for territorial concentration in Palestine, migration
to other areas, ethnic rights in some parts of Europe as well as equal rights
everywhere.
30.
G
l u c k s t e i n
, L
o u i s
H., “Jews in Post-War Planning,”
The Jewish Layman,
London, January 1943.
Views of a British anti-Zionist.
31.
G
o l d e n s o n
, S
a m u e l
H., Zionism, Jews and Judaism, New York, n. d. 1943[?]
7 pp. A critique of Jewish statehood.
32.
G
o l d m a n n
, N
a h u m
,
“Europe’s Jews and the Future,”
Opinion
, August 1942.
European Jews may because of their suffering remain the leaders of Jewish
life.
3 3 . G
o r d i s
, R
o b e r t
,
The Jew Faces a New World, New York
1 9 4 1 , 3 3 3
pp.
Although the work deals with survival problems as such, it contains some
useful data on post-war problems.
34.
G
o t t s c h a l k
, M
a x
,
“Jewish Post-War Problems,” New York, Independent
Jewish Press Service, Inc., October 23, 1942.
A non-Zionist approach.
35.
G
r o s s m a n
, M
e i r
,
“Others, too, Plan a New Order.”
Congress Weekly
, October
1942.
Objections to post-war immigration in the democracies.
36.
H
a d a s s a h
N
a t i o n a l
P
o l i t i c a l
E
d u c a t i o n
C
o m m i t t e e
, S t u d e n t s M a n u a l
for an I n t r o d u c t o r v C o u r s e o n J e w s i n t h e P o s t - W a r S e t t l e m e n t . N e w
York,
A p r i l 1 9 4 1 . 2 4
pp.
37.
H
a u s
, G
a b r i e l
,
Jews and the Post-War W'orld. London, Freeland League
for Jewish Territorial Colonization, 1941, 14 pp. A territorialist view.
38.
H
o d e s
,
L., “The Way to Compromise,”
Undzer Tsait
, February 1942.
A
Bundist argument against compromise with Zionism.
39.
H
y a m s o n
, A
l b e r t
M., Palestine: A Policy. London, 1942, 214 pp.
A
defense
of British policy. For an Arab federation to include Palestine which would
remove the Arab fear of Jewish domination. Implied commitment on Jewish
minority status.
40.
I
n s t i t u t e
of
J
e w i s h
A
f f a i r s
,
“Minorities After This War,”
Jewish Affairs
,
April-May 1942.
A collection of opinions and statements.
41.
I
r e l a n d
, P
h i l i p
W. (Ed.), The Near East — Problems and Prospects (Lee-
tures on the Harris Foundation 1942). Chicago, 111., The University of Chicago
Press.
Contents: The Near East in W7orld Politics by Carlo Sforza; Social
Change in The Near East by H. A. R. Gibb; The Future For Arab Unity by
H. A. R. Gibb; Prospects of Peace in Palestine by Salo W. Baron; British
Policy in the Near East by Charles K. Webster; The Future of the Near East
by Quincy Wright.
42.
J
a b o t i n s k y
, V
l a d i m i r
,
The War and the Jew. New York, Dial, 1942, 252 pp.
The classical Zionist Revisionist analysis. Urges mass evacuation of Jews
from Europe and the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish State.
43. J
ewish
L
abor
C
ommittee
. R
esearch
C
ommittee
, Jiden noch der Milchome
(Jews After the War). 1942, 80 pp.
Contains: Joseph Kissman: Report on
the activities o f the Research Committee; A. Menes: Problems o f Economic
Reconstruction; Emanuel Pat: The Problem o f Jewish Children’s Rel ief after
the war; M. Weinreich: A Jewish national post-war program — for equality
everywhere, rights to community organization, Palestine not central Jewish
problem, for group rights in Eastern Europe.
44.
K
a h l e r
, E
r i c h
,
“Commonwealth or Bi-National State?”
Contemporary
Jewish Record,
April 1943.
An introduction to the abridged versions of
articles by Chaim Weizmann and Judah Magnes. Prefers statehood.
45.
K
a n
,
S., “Palestine and the Jewish Question.”
Undzer Tsait
, December 1941.
A Bundist proposal for two Jewish representative bodies before forthcoming
peace conference, one to represent Palestine, other to represent rest of Jewry.
46.
K
a z h d a n
,
Ch.
S., “Jewish Culture after the War — and Jewish Demands.”
Kultur un Derziung
, January 1943. For secular cultural autonomy in Yiddish
language. Only Yiddish secular schools to be supported by state.
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