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M
i l l e r
, A
vigdor
.
Rejoice o youth: an integral Jewish ideology. New York,
1963. 384 p.
M
il lg ram
, A
braham
E
zra
,
ed. Great Jewish ideas. Washington, D.
C . ,
B ’nai
B ’rith, 1964. 390 p. (B’nai B’rith Great Book series)
Seventeen Jewish scholars present the basic concepts of Judaism and
Jewish social thought.
M
inda
, A
l b e r t
G. Over the years: vol. 2. New York, Bloch, 1964. 127
p .
Papers and addresses by the former president of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis who is the spiritual leader of Temple Israel, Minne­
apolis.
M
in k in
, J
acob
S. The shaping of the modern mind: the life and thought of
the great Jewish philosophers. New York, Yoseloff, 1963. 488 p.
A survey of the life and thought of twenty-one great Jewish men of
thought.
M
oskovits
, A
ron
.
Jewish education in Hungary (1848-1948). New York, Bloch,
1964. 357 p.
A scholarly and detailed history.
M
u n tn er
, S
uessman
,
ed. The medical writings of Maimonides: asthma. Phila­
delphia, Lippincott, 1963. 115 p.
N
a p ie r
,
B. D. Prophets in perspective. Nashville, Abingdon, 1963. 128 p.
A survey of the religious development and the interpretation of various
prophetic elements in the Bible.
N
em erov
, H
oward
.
Poetry and fiction. New Brunswick, Rutgers University,
1963. 381 p.
Collected essays, lectures and reviews written between 1948 and 1962
by the American poet and teacher.
N
ew m a n
, J
udith
S
tern berg
.
In the hell of Auschwitz. New York, Exposition,
1964. 136 p.
Wartime memoirs of one who survived the Nazi extermination camp.
N
o y
, D
ov
,
ed. Folktales of Israel. Trans, by Gene Baharav. Chicago, Univer­
sity of Chicago, 1963. 221 p.
A collection of oral tales recorded by citizens of Israel.
P
arkes
, J
am es
.
Antisemitism. Chicago, Quadrangle, 1964. 192
p .
A new analysis by the famous historian.
P
a ta i
, R
a ph a e l
,
ed. Herzl year book: essays in Zionist history and thought:
vol. 5. New York, Herzl Press, 1963. 384 p.
Studies in the history of Zionism in America: 1894-1919.
P
ea r lm an
, M
osh e
.
The capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann. New York,
Simon and Schuster, 1963. 666 p.
The events leading to the identification and arrest of Eichmann, and
his trial, conviction and execution in Jerusalem.
P
h il l ip s
,
J . B., trans. Four prophets: Amos, Hosea, first Isaiah and Micah.
New York, Macmillan, 1963. 218 p.
A modern English translation from the Hebrew Bible.
P
il c h
, J
udah
.
Fate and faith: the contemporary Jewish scene. New York,
Bloch, 1963. 206 p.
A text book for the study of the contemporary Jewish scene.
P
inkus
, O
scar
.
The house of ashes. New York, Macmillan, 1964. 320 p.
An autobiography detailing Nazi atrocities and the betrayal of the
Jews by the Polish underground.
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