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E
ckardt
, A
lice
and
R
o y
.
Encounter with Israel: a challenge to conscience.
New York, Association Press, 1970. 304 p.
Two Christians view the contribution of Israel to modem democratic
ideals.
E
ichrodt
, W
a lther
.
Ezekiel: a commentary. Trans, by Cosslett Quin. Phila-
delphia, Westminster, 1970. 594 p.
E
inho rn
, B
e n j a m in
.
Jewish curses for all occasions. New York, Ace Pub*
lishing, 1970. 158 p.
A collection of “curses” translated from the Yiddish and illustrated
with cartoons.
E
isenstadt
, S
h m u e l
N
o a h
.
Integration and development in Israel. Ed.
b y
Eisenstadt, Rivkah Bar Yosef and Chaim Adler. New York, Praeger,
1970. 703 p.
E
liav
, A
r ie
L .
No time for history: a pioneer story. Trans, by Dov Chaikin.
New York, Sabra Books, 1970. 220 p.
A factual account of immigrant absorption and integration in Israel.
E
lkins
, M
ich a el
.
Forged in fury. New York, Ballantine Books, 1971. 312
p .
Jewish underground movements during and after World War II.
E
l
K
odsy
, A
hm a d
,
and
L
obel
, E
l i
.
The Arab World and Israel: two es-
says. Trans, by Brian Pearce and Alfred Ehrenfeld. New York, Monthly
Review Press, 1970. 137 p.
E
llis
, H
arry
B .
The dilemma of Israel. Washington, American Enterprise
Institute for Public Policy, 1970. 110 p.
E
llul
, J
acques
.
The meaning of the city. Introduction by John Wilkinson.
Trans, by Dennis Pardee. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1970. 209 p.
E
lo n
, A
mo s
.
The Israelis: founders and sons. New York, Holt, Rinehart
8c
Winston, 1971. 359 p.
An account of present-day Israel and the people who created the
State.
E
m m a n u e l
, I
saac
S.
and
S
uzann e
A. History of the Jews of the Netherlands
Antilles. Cincinnati, American Jewish Archives; New York, Ktav, 1971,
2 vols.
A detailed history of the Jewish community.
E
p p
, F
rank
H. Whose land is Palestine? The Middle East problem in histor-
ical perspective. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1970. 283 p.
E
venar i
, M
ichael
, S
h a n a n
, L
eslie
,
and
T
admar
, N
a ph t a l i
.
The Negev: the
challenge of the desert. Cambridge, Harvard University, 1971. 345 p.
The archaeological discoveries in the Negev in relation to the physi-
cal geography of the area.
E
w en
, D
av id
.
George Gershwin: his journey to greatness. Englewood Cliffs,
N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1970. 354 p.
------------------ . Great men of American popular song. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,
Prentice-Hall, 1970.400 p.
F
akhry
, M
a j id
.
A history of Islamic philosophy. New York, Columbia Uni-
versity, 1970. 440 p.
F
alcon i
, C
arlo
.
The silence of Pope Pius XII. Boston, Little, Brown, 1970.
The author attributes the Pope’s guilt to a blind trust in diplomacy
and Germanophilia.