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------- , ed. The Hebrew impact on Western civilization. New York, Citadel,
1965. 335 p. Paperbound reprint.
S a c k , B e n jam in
G. History of the Jews in Canada: vol. 1. Trans, by Ralph
Novek. Montreal, Harvest House, 1965. 299 p.
From the time of the settlers early in the 19th century to the growth
of Jewish communities in the large cities.
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J o h n , R o b e r t .
Roll Jordan roll: the life story of a river and its people.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1965. 426 p.
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. Anti-Semite and Jew. New York, Schocken,
1965. 153
p.
Paperbound reprint.
A philosophical and psychological analysis of the causes.
S ch ap p e s , M o r r i s
U. A pictorial history of the Jews in the United States.
New York, Marzani & Munsell, 1965. 339 p.
A new, revised edition with a foreword by David de Sola Pool.
S c h a r p e r , P h i l ip .
Torah and Gospel. New York, Sheed & Ward, 1966. 305 p.
The dialogue of Jews and Catholics which was held at a Catholic
seminary in Latrobe, Pa., where the concepts of Israel, Biblical theology,
liturgy and freedom were discussed.
S c h e c h tm a n , J o s e p h
B. The United States and the Jewish state movement:
the crucial decade 1939-1949. New York, Herzl and Yoseloff, 1966. 474 p.
Zionist work in America and the political scene during World War II
and the years before the establishment of the State of Israel.
S c h m a l e n b a c h , W e r n e r .
Chagall. New York, Crown, 1965. 26 p.
S c h w a n t e s , S e ig f r ie d
J . A short history of the ancient Near East. Grand
Rapids, Mich., Baker, 1965. 191 p.
S c h w a r z , L e o W a l d e r .
The Jewish caravan: revised and enlarged edition.
New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1965. 829 p.
An anthology of stories from Bible, Talmud, Midrash to modern times.
S e g a l , L o r e .
Other people’s houses. New York, Harcourt, Brace & World,
1965. 312 p.
Memories of a refugee child in Austria, who escaped the horrors of
World War II, and her subsequent experiences in England, Santo
Domingo and the United States.
S h e rm a n , A l l a n .
A gift of laughter. New York, Atheneum, 1965. 335
p .
The autobiography of the humorous songwriter and comedian.
Shm idm an , M o r r i s
A., ed. The rabbinical council manual of holiday and
Sabbath sermons. New York, Rabbinical Council of America, 1965. 340 p.
Sermons by American orthodox rabbis.
S h u lm a n , C h a r l e s
E. What it means to be a Jew. New York, Reconstruc­
tionist, 1965. 256 p. Paperbound reprint.
Essays by the rabbi of Riverdale Temple in New York.
S i l v e r , D a n i e l J e r e m y .
Maimonidean criticism and the Maimonidean con­
troversy, 1180-1240. Leiden, Brill, 1965. 219 p.
A study of the contemporary critics of the philosophy of Moses
Maimonides.
S i l v e r , M a x w e l l .
There was a man: the drama of the book of Job for the
20th century. New York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
1965. 126 p.