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ew ish
N
o n
-F
ict ion
B
ooks
K
otsuji
, A
braham
.
From Tokyo to Jerusalem. New York, Bernard Geis,
1965. 215 p.
The autobiography of a Japanese intellectual who became a Jew.
K
uselewitz
, D
avid
.
Teaching Israel: a guide for curriculum development.
New York, Herzl Press, 1965. 140 p.
L
eibert
, J
ulius
A. Behind bars: what a chaplain saw in Alcatraz, Folsom
and San Quentin. Garden City, Doubleday, 1965. 223 p.
Human problems interpreted by a rabbi who has devoted many years
of service to the people in the California prisons.
L
evi
, S
hon ie
B., and
K
a plan
, S
ylvia
R. Guide for the Jewish homemaker.
New York, Schocken, 1964. 272 p.
A paperbound edition of the Jewish woman’s companion originally
entitled
Across the Threshhold.
L
ieberman
, S
aul
.
Greek in Jewish Palestine. New York, Feldheim, 1965.
207 p.
A corrected edition on the relationship of rabbinic teaching in
Tannaitic times to contemporary Greek philosophy and culture.
L
ifson
, D
avid
S. The Yiddish theatre in America. New York, Yoseloff, 1965.
659 p.
The cultural contribution of the Yiddish drama to American Jewish
life and the impact of the leading personalities of the Yiddish stage
which flourished in the big cities of the United States.
L
il ienthal
, A
lfred
M. The other side of the coin: an American perspective
of the Arab-Israeli conflict. New York, Devin-Adair, 1965. 420 p.
An anti-Zionist view of the political problems arising from the
Arab-Israeli conflict.
M
acdonald
, J
o h n
.
The theology of the Samaritans. Philadelphia, West-
minster, 1965. 480 p.
The religious teachings of the sect, based on the liturgy and biblical
interpretation.
M
al in
, I
rving
.
Jews and Americans. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University,
1965. 208 p.
A critical review of recent American fiction by Jewish writers.
M
ansoor
, M
ena hem
.
The Dead Sea scrolls: a college textbook and a study
guide. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1964. 210 p.
Text and English translations of the most important literary forms.
M
argolis
, I
sidor
.
Jewish teachers training schools in the United States.
New York, National Council for Torah Education, 1964. 349 p.
An historical study.
M
endelson
, W
allace
,
ed. Felix Frankfurter. New York, Reynal, 1964. 242
p .
Tributes to the late associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court
by jurists and celebrated journalists.
M
e n u h in
, M
oshe
.
The decadence of Judaism in our time. New York,
Exposition, 1965. 497 p.
A personal attack on Zionism and the leaders of the Zionist move-
ment.
M
etzger
, B
ruce
M., ed. The Apocrypha of the Old Testament. New York,
Oxford University Press, 1964. 298 p.