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The author is a descendant of the famous Lubavitch hasidic family.
The memoirs were previously serialized in the New York Yiddish daily
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L. Ilya Erenburg. New York, Yidisher Kemfer, 1968. 128 p.
On the controversial question of Ilya Erenburg’s relation to Yiddish
writers and Yiddish culture in Soviet Russia in the Stalin era.
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Going to Israel: with the stream of immigrants. Jerusalem,
World Zionist Organization, 1968. 102 p.
The author, a prominent Yiddish journalist, describes encounters
with immigrants during his trips to Israel in 1963 and 1965.
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Jewishness and tradition: a discussion among secularists. New York, Work­
men’s Circle Education Department, 1968. 70, 22 p.
The concept of secular Jewishness is discussed by adherents active in
the fields of Jewish education, scholarship and literature.