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R
osenberg
, S
tuar t
E .
America is different: the search for Jewish identity.
New York, Nelson, 1964. 274 p.
A survey of Jewish cultural and social development in North America
by the rabbi of Toronto’s Beth Tzedec Congregation.
R
o ten str e ich
, N
a th an
.
The recurring pattern. New York, Horizon, 1964.
520 p.
The professor of philosophy at Jerusalem’s Hebrew University discusses
the issues of anti-Judaism in religion and philosophy.
R
o w l e y
, H
arold
H .
From Moses to Qumran. New York, Association, 1964.
293 p.
An examination of the leading issues in Biblical research beginning
with Moses and monotheism and the meaning of sacrifice, and the changes
which the Dead Sea scrolls discovery have made in interpreting the Bible.
------- . The relevance of the apocalyptic. New York, Association, 1964. 230 p.
The theological importance of the Messianic teachings in the Bible
and the Apocrypha.
------- . Men of God. New York, Nelson, 1964. 299 p.
Studies in Biblical history and prophecy relating to Moses and the Ten
Commandments, Elijah, Hosea, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Nehemiah.
R
u b in
, R
u th
.
Voices of a people: the story of Yiddish folk song. New York,
Yoseloff, 1963. 496 p.
A comprehensive study of Yiddish songs which originated in Eastern
Europe during the past century.
------- , ed. A treasury of Jewish folksong. Piano settings by Ruth Post. New
York, Schocken, 1964. 224 p. Paperbound reprint.
R
u m b a l l
-P
e t r e
, E
dwin
A.
R .
Rare Bibles: an introduction for collectors and
a checklist. New York, Duschnes, 1963. 54 p.
S
achar
, H
oward
M. From the ends of the earth: the peoples of Israel. Cleve­
land, World, 1964. 512 p.
Sketches, personal accounts and anecdotes of Jews from different back­
grounds who settled in Israel after its establishment in 1948.
S
a fran
, N
adav
.
The United States and Israel. Cambridge, Harvard University,
1963. 341 p.
An analysis of the official American policies towards the new state and
the Jewish people.
S
a lom on
, C
h a r lo t t e
.
Charlotte: a diary in pictures. Comment by Paul Tillich.
Biographical note by Emil Straus. New York, Harcourt, Brace and World,
1963.
Reproductions of paintings made in the 1940s by a young German-
Jewish girl before she was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp by
the Nazis.
S
a ltzste in
, H
arry
C. Sinai Hospital and the North End Clinic. Detroit,
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Wayne State University, 1963. 71 p.
A history of the development of the Jewish hospital facilities in Detroit,
Michigan.
S
a m u e l
, M
a ur ic e
.
Little did I know: recollections and reflections. New York,
Knopf, 1963. 326 p.
An autobiography of the famous novelist and essayist with recollections
of great moments in Zionist history and of the lives of leading Jews of
the twentieth century.