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and in America. Philanthropy and anti-Semitism alone will not
nourish Judaism. To Zeitlin, Torah-learning is the quintessence
of Judaism.
Doctor Solomon Zeitlin’s works are now summarized in a volume
—Solomon Zeitlin: Scholar Laureate: An Annotated Bibliography,
1915-1970, with appreciations of his writings,
published by Bi-
tzaron, New York, jointly with Dropsie University Alumni Associ-
ation, Philadelphia. This brings his full contributions to the atten-
tion of the world. Here are not only Zeitlin’s scholarly views but
also his incisive analyses of opinions of his opponents and of schol-
ars, past and present. Now an octogenarian, he has not faltered;
“his eye is not dim nor his natural force abated.” With advancing
years Zeitlin retains his academic vigor and his influence grows.
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