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iev
— A
m e r ic a n
J
ew ish
N
o n
-F
ict ion
B
ooks
P
olish
, D
avid
.
The higher freedom: a new turning point in Jewish history.
Chicago, Quadrangle, 1965. 215 p.
An assessment of the relationship between Israel and American
Jewry, church and state and other current problems.
P
ool
, D
avid
de
S
ola
. W h y I
am a Jew. Boston, Beacon, 1965. 207 p. Paper-
bound reprint.
P
o pe
, M
arvin
H., trans. Job: introduction, translation and notes. Garden
City, Doubleday, 1965. 293 p. (Anchor Bible Series)
P
ostal
, B
ernard
,
and
W
h ite
, D
avid
H. The best ten years in the
Jewish
Digest.
Houston,
D .
H. White, 1965. 376 p.
A selection of stories and articles published during the first decade
of the monthly periodical.
P
ress
, C
h a im
.
What is the reason: vol. 1. Rosh Hashanah. New York,
1964. 94 p.
An anthology of questions and answers on customs and liturgy.
P
ryce
-J
ones
, D
avid
.
Next generation: travels in Israel. New York, Holt,
Rinehart and Winston, 1965. 195 p.
P
ulzer
, P
eter
J. G. The rise of political anti-Semitism in Germany and
Austria. New York, John Wiley, 1964. 364 p.
R
abbinowicz
, H
arry
M. The legacy of Polish Jewry. New York, Yoseloff,
1965. 256 p.
A history of the Polish Jewish religious community in the years 1919-
1939.
R
abinow itz
, L
ouis
I., and
G
rossman
, P
h il ip
,
eds. The book of holiness:
code of Maimonides: book 5. New Haven, Yale University, 1965.
An English translation from the
Mishneh Torah.
R
addock
, C
harles
.
Portrait of a people: the story of the Jews from ancient
to modern times. New York, Judaica Press, 1965. 3 vols.
R
attley
, B
eatrice
K
ather ine
.
A short history of the Jews from Moses
to Herod the great. New York, Oxford University, 1964. 192 p.
Paperbound.
R
egner
, S
idney
L., ed. Yearbook of the Central Conference of American
Rabbis: vol. 74. New York, 1965. 357 p.
A full record of the proceedings of the 75th annual convention held
in Atlantic City in 1964 including addresses and papers on Jewish
identity and Jewish theology.
R
eznikoff
, C
harles
, N
athan
and
S
arah
. F am i ly c h r o n ic le .
New
York ,
C h a r le s R e zn ik o f f ,
1963. 311
p .
The story of a family written by three of its members as follows:
“Early History of a Seamstress,” by Sarah Reznikoff; “Early History of a
Sewing-Machine Operator,” by Nathan Reznikoff; and “Needle Trade,”
by Charles Reznikoff.
R
ibalow
, H
arold
U., ed. Autobiographies of American Jews. Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society, 1965. 496 p.
An anthology of autobiographical material of largely well-known
persons.
R
in e
, W
illiam
M
ichael
,
ed. That day with God: an anthology. New York,
McGraw-Hill, 1965. 213 p.
Sermons and prayers spoken by ministers, rabbis and priests two
days after John F. Kennedy’s death.