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RE LA T IO N S W IT H NON -JEW S
B a r r o n , M i l t o n L .,
ed.
The B lend ing American: Patterns of In ter­
marriage.
Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1972. xiv+357 pp. $12.50.
An anthology of articles on intermarriage including several
studies of Jewish intermarriage.
B r o t z , H ow a rd .
T he Black Jews of Harlem : Negro Na tiona lism and
the D ilemmas of Negro Leadership.
New York: Schocken, 1970.
x+144 pp. $5.00. Paperbound, $1.75.
A description of the life of the Negro Jews and their relation
to other Jews and Negroes.
C ahnm an , W e r n e r
J., ed.
Intermarriage and Jewish L ife: A Sym­
posium .
New York: Herzl Press, 1963. 212 pp. $5.00.
Deals with various aspects of the problems of intermarriage
with special emphasis on conditions in the United States.
D in n e r s t e in , L eon a rd ,
ed.
An tisem itism in the Un ited Slates.
New
York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971. 140 pp. illus. $2.95
paperbound.
A collection of previously published articles dealing with the
roots of American antisemitism, its history, causes and the prob­
lem of Negro antisemitism.
D in n e r s t e in , L eon a rd .
The Leo Frank Case.
New York: Columbia
University Press, 1968. ix-f-248 pp. $10.00.
A basic study of the famous incident which provides an analysis
of the factors affecting the Southern reaction to the event and
the impact of the case on American Jewry.
F o r s t e r , A r n o ld
and
B en jam in
R.
E p s te in .
The N ew Anti-Sem itism .
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1974. x ii+354 pp. $7.95.
A useful summary of the contemporary manifestations of an
old Jewish problem.
G l a z e r , N a t h a n
and
D a n i e l P a t r i c k M o y n ih a n .
Beyond the M e lting
Po t: The Negroes, Puerto Ricans, Jews, Italians, and Irish of N ew
York City.
Cambridge, Mass.: M.I.T. Press, 1970. v ii+360 pp.
$10.00. Paperbound, $1.95.
Includes an analysis of the economic, cultural, communal and
political life of the Jewish community in New York and its rela­
tionship to other minority groups in the city.
G l o c k , C h a r l e s
Y.,
G e r t r u d e J . S e l z n i c k
and
J o e
L.
S p a e th .
The
A pa th e tic M a jor ity: A S tudy Based on Pub lic Response to the
Eichmann Tria l.
New York: Harper & Row, 1966. x ii+222 pp.
$1.95 paperbound.
An analysis of a survey conducted in Oakland, Calif, of the
public reaction to various aspects of the Eichmann trial and its
relation to the overall problem of antisemitism.