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M
e n e s
,
A., see No. 43.
67.
M
o v s h o v i c h
,
D., “The Jewish Question and the Future Peace. What the
Jews of England are doing.”
Tsukunft,
February 1943.
Activities and
platforms.
68.
M
u h l s t e i n
, A
n a t o i
.,
“The Jewish Problem in Western Europe.”
New Europe
,
July 1941.
Does not foresee any post-war Jewish problems in that region.
69. N
amier
, L
ewis
B.,
“The Jews,” “Numbers and Exodus ,” in
Conflicts: Studies
in Contemporary History
,
London 1942, New York 1943, 223 pp. Reprinted
from
The New Judaea
,
February-March 1942.
A Jewish centre in, and
planned emigration, predominantly to Palestine, as the solutions. The first
essay was reprinted in No. 109.
N
amier
,
L. B., see
No.
109.
70.
N
e u m a n n
, E
m a n u e l
,
“Arab Alignments in the Near East.”
Free World
,
August 1942.
For a regeneration of the Near East with Jewish Palestine as
an example of achievement.
71.
N
e u m a n n
, E
m a n u e l
,
“Economic Regionalism in the Near East.”
Jewish
Frontier
, March 1943.
The position of Palestine.
72.
N
i e b u h r
, R
e i n h o l d
,
“Jews After the War.”
The Nation
, February 21, 28,
1942.
A plea for the Jewish National Home and Jewish equality addressed
to liberals.
73.
N
i g e r
,
S., “Jewish Culture after the War — and Jewish Demands.”
Kultur
un Derziung
, December 1942.
For compensations for destroyed cultural
treasures, for inclusion of provisions for culture in budgets of relief organiza-
tion, cultural autonomy, and unity on language problems through compromise.
74.
N
o r m a n
, E
d w a r d
A., “Palestine and America’s War Aims.”
Hadassah News-
letter
, April 1942.
A pro Palestine non-Zionist view.
7 5 . N
ow o g r o d z k i
, E
m a n u e l
,
“On the Question of Peace Problems.”
Undzer
Tsait,
January 1941.
A Bundist approach.
76.
P
a r k e s
, J
a m e s
,
“Jewish Reconstruction — A Non-Jew’s View of Jewish
Problems.”
Jewish Chronicle
, London, February 6, February 13, February
20, 1942.
“Citizenship in the dispersion and freedom in the National Home
are twin crowns of Jewish development.” For equal rights in diaspora with
self-imposed economic limitations on the part of Jews.
P
a t
, E
m a n u e l
, s e e N o . 4 3 .
77.
P
a t o n
, W
i l l i a m
,
“Jewish Christian Relationships and the Post-War Settle-
ment.”
The Jewish Bulletin
, December 1942.
For “basic human rights”
against “special treatment for special groups.”
78.
R
a b b i n i c a l
A
s s e m b l y
o f
A
m e r i c a
,
Seeking Peace in Time of War. New
York, 1942, 6 pp. The point of view of the rabbinical body of the Conservative
wing in Judaism.
79.
R
abbinical
A
ssembly
o f
A
merica
, Statement o f Post-War Reconstruction,
adopted at Convention in New York, June
29 -
July
1, 1942.
New York,
1942.
Also printed in
Contemporary Jewish Record
,
October
1942.
The point
o f view o f the rabbinical body o f the Conservative wing in Judaism.
80.
R
e v u t s k y
, A
b r a h a m
,
“After the War — Then What?”
New Palestine
,
Washington, D. C., March 27, 1942.
For concentration of emigration to
Palestine.
81.
R
o b i n s o n
, J
a c o b
,
“Uprooted Jews in the Immediate Postwar World.”
Inter-
national Conciliation
, April 1943. A scholarly discussion of all aspects of the
problem.
82.
R
o b i n s o n
, J
a c o b
,
“Postwar Jewish Problems.”
Congress Weekly
, May 29,
1942. A general analysis of problems facing the Jews after the war.
83.
R
o b i n s o n
, J
a c o b
,
“Realities of Jewish Life.”
Congress Weekly
, January 29,
1943.
The time factor. Basic Christian-Jewish relations. For “equity” not
“equality.”
84.
R
o s e n b l u t h
, M
a r t i n
,
“The Not-to-be Forgotten Lesson.”
Congress Weekly
,
April 24, 1942.
Emphasis on emigration needs as a result of continuing anti-
Semitism and psychological cause.
8 5 . R
o s e n h e i m
, J
a c o b
,
“The Problem of Peace.”
The Jewish Forum
,
April 1943.
An Agudist point of view. Against unlimited state sovereignty. No com-
mitment on any specific Jewish issues.
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