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103.
W
e i n f e l d
, A
b r a h a m
,
Towards a United States of Europe; Proposals for a
Basic Structure, Washington, American Council on Public Affairs, 1942.
52 pp. Jews as a national and religious minority in a federated Europe.
104.
W
e i n r e i c h
, M
a x
,
“Prolegomena of a Jewish Post-War Program.”
Di
Zukunfty
March 1942.
Against emigration. For guaranteeing Jewish
equality in reconstruction, complete civil equality; and international regula-
tion of emigration. For emancipation and religious concept of Jews in Western
countries, against Jewish statehood in Palestine. For cultural national
autonomy in East European countries. See also note.
W
e i n r e i c h
,
M., see No. 43.
105.
W7
e i n r y b
, B
e r n a r d
D., “Personnel For Postwar Needs.”
Congress
eekly
,
May 28, 1943. The needs for special personnel with Jewish background.
106.
W
te i z m a n n
, C
h a i m
,
“Palestine’s Role in the Solution of the Jewish Problem.”
Foreign Affairs,
January 1942. The classical Zionist statement.
107.
W
r i g h t
, Q
u i n c y
,
“The Future of the Mandates System and Palestine.”
The Jewish Forum
, April 1943. An anti-Zionist view.
W
r i g h t
, Q
u i n c y
, s e e
No.
4 1 .
108.
Y
a a r i
, M
e i r
,
“The Arab Problem.”
Youth and Nation
, February 1943.
In favor of a bi-national state in Palestine with a Jewish majority, as part of
a federation of the Near East.
109.
Z
a k k a i u s
,
“Design for Peace.”
Menorah Journal
, October-December 1941.
Failure of minority rights. For federalism, occupational retraining of Jews
in Europe, emigration overseas including Palestine.
110.
P
oale
Z
ion
-Z
eire
Z
ion
O
rganization
, Palestine and Jewish Freedom —
A
Symposium, New York, N. Y. ,
1942, 64
pp. Contents: “The Jews ,”
by L. B. Namier; “Zionism and Jewish Labor,” by Berl Locker; “Palestine
in the Post-War World,” by David Ben Gurion;
“A
Portrait o f Jewish
Palestine,” by D. Freeman.