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K
i s s m a n
, J
o s e p h
,
see No. 43.
47.
K
o h t
, H
a l v d a n
,
“Minority Problems,”
Detroit Jewish Chronicle
, February
12, 1943; and other Anglo-Jewish weeklies.
A plea for national minority
rights for Jews in Eastern Europe.
48.
K
u b o w i t z k i
, L
e o n
A. [Aryeh] ,
“Organization and Status of World Jewry.”
Jewish Frontier,
April 1943.
A
plea for a world Jewish representation.
49.
K u b o w i t z k .
1
, L e o n A . [ A r y e h ] ,
“Walls of Words.”
Yiddisher Kernfer
, May 1,
1942.
A discussion of concepts such as “nation,” “nationality,” and “na-
tional” in relation to peace demands.
50.
K
u l i s c h e r
, E
u g e n e
M., Jewish Migrations — Past Experiences and Post-
War Prospects, New York, Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems
of The American Jewish Committee, 1943, 51 pp. Prospects in a democratic
world order.
51.
L
a mm
, H
a n s
,
“The Challenge of Post-War Anti-Semitism,”
The Jewish Forum
,
April 1943. Predicts increase in anti-Semitism in post-war world. Advocates
plan for scholarly cooperation in combatting it. For a Zionist solution.
52.
L
a s e r s o n
, M
a x
M . ,
“Legal Rehabilitation of European Jewry,”
Jewish Fron-
tier
, April 1943.
For individual and group equality.
53.
L
a s e r s o n
, M
a x
M . ,
The Status of the Jews after the War, A proposal for
Jewish Demands at the Forthcoming Peace Conference. 1941, New York, 23 pp.
Jewish National Workers’ Alliance.
For individual equality, group rights
and Palestine reconstruction.
54.
L
a z a r o n
, M
o r r i s
S., Homeland or State: The Real Issue. Baltimore, 1940 [?1
15 pp. An attack against Zionism as a political movement.
55.
L
a z a r o n
, M
o r r i s
S., Is this the Way? Baltimore, 1942. 16 pp.
For a
minority solution in Palestine.
56.
L
e s t c h i n s k y
, J
a c o b
,
“The Post-W7ar Outlook for Jewry in Europe,”
The
Menorah Journal
, January-March 1942.
A
pessimistic view.
57.
L
e v e n b e r g
,
S., “Jewish Peace Aims.”
New Palestine,
November 29, 1940.
An outline of problems from a Zionist point of view.
58.
L
e v y
, B
e r y l
H
a r o l d
,
“The Minorities Problem of Europe in the Prospect
of Post-War Reconstruction.”
IVin the JVar
IVin the Peace,
New York,
Church Peace Union and World Alliance for International Friendship. Sep-
tember 1942.
Distinction between minority problems in the United States
of America and Europe; need for minority and especially Jewish minority
protection.
59.
L
e w i s o h n
, L
u d w i g
,
“Looking Before and After.”
The Canadian Zionist
Montreal, October 1942.
Sees no future for Jews in Europe.
60.
L
i e b e n s t e i n
, E
l i e z e r
,
“The War of the Jews,”
Knesseth,
Tel Aviv, 1942.
A very thorough Labor Zionist analysis.
L
o c k e r
, B
e r l
,
see No. 109.
61.
M
a c l e a n
, N
o r m a n
,
His Terrible Swift Sword. London, 1942, 87 pp.
This
indictment of British policy on Palestine by a dignitary of the Established
Church includes־a chapter (VII) “The Ideal Solution and an Alternative.”
The author is in favor of a Jewish state within the British Commonwealth of
Nations.
62.
M
a g n e s
, J
u d a h
L . ,
“Toward Peace in Palestine.”
Foreign Affairs
, January
1943. Solution by giving Jews permanent minority status.
63.
M
a l c o lm
, N
e i l l
,
“Repatriation after the War: Reflections.”
The Jewish
Bulletin,
London, April, 1943.
Repatriation will solve the problem of Jewish
refugees but not the “problem of the Jews, the people without a country.”
64.
M
a r x
, D
r
. H
u g o
,
“Die juedische Reparations-Frage. Das Problem des
Ausgleichs des den Juden zugefuegten Schadens durch die Axis-Maechte.”
“Die Entschaedigung der Juden.”
The Jewish IVay,
January 10, 1943; March
7, 1943; March 21, 1943; April 4, 1943.
Problems of compensation and
reparations.
65.
M
e n d e l s s o h n
,
S., “On the Problem of Jews After the War.”
Di Zukunft,
January 1942. An extremist Bundist view. Against minority rights; against
emigration from Europe. For national-cultural “creativity forms of repre-
sentative organizations.”
66.
M
e n e s
, A
b r a h a m
,
“Our Aim.”
Di Zukunft,
February 1942.
A
moderate
Bundist approach; against Jewish statehood; against emigration.
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