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F A B E R / AM ER ICAN JEW ISH NON -F ICT ION BOOKS
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SOCIAL STUDIES
B
e r g e r
, D
a v i d
,
ed.
The legacy ofJewish migration: 1881 and its impact.
New
York, Brooklyn College Press, 1983. 187 p.
C
o h e n
, S
t e v e n
M.
American modernity and Jewish identity.
New York,
Tavistak, 1983. 210 p.
Examines how Jewish religious, ethnic and political identities
have changed in response to socio-demographic factors.
C
o h n
, H
a i m
.
Human rights in Jewish Laic.
New York, 1984. 266 p.
Concise survey ofJewish legal history in the area o f human rights.
D
a n e l s k i
, D
a v id
J .
Rights, liberties and ideals: the contributions of Milton R.
Konvitz.
Littletown, Colo., Fred R. Rothman & Co., 1983. 182 p.
E
l a z a r
, D
a n i e l
J .
Governing people and territories.
Philadelphia, Ishi
Publications, 1983. 350 p.
Suggests a federalist approach for peace between Israel and her
neighbors.
E
t t i n g e r
,
S. ed.
Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union, its roots and consequences;
vol. 3
Jerusalem, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Centre for Re­
search and Documentation of East-European Jewry, 1983. 397 p. pb
F
r a n c i s
, D
o r i s
.
Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I am 84?
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1984. 252 p.
Comparative study in gerontology of two groups of elderly Jews,
one in Cleveland, Ohio, and the other in Leeds, England.
H
e r b e r g
, W
i l l
.
Protestant CatholicJew: an essay in American religious sociol­
ogy.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1983. 309 p.
Revised edition of work published in 1955.
H
e s c h e l
, S
u s a n n a h
,
ed.
On being a J eivishfeminist; a reader.
New York,
Schocken, 1983. 288 p.
L
e v i t o n
, R
o b e r t a
.
The Jewish low-cholesterol cookbook.
New York, New
American Library, 1983. 370 p. pb
Revised edition.
L
i n z e r
, N
o r m a n
.
The Jewish family: authority and tradition in modern per­
spective.
New York, Human Science Press, 1984. 217 p.
Demonstrates that Judaic tradition offers ways to restore family as
a viable institution in modern life.
M
a r c u s
, A
u d r e y
F
r i e d m a n
and
R
a y m o n d
A . Z
w e r i n
,
eds.
The Jewish
principals handbook.
Denver, Alternatives in Religious Education,
1983. 525.
Comprehensive handbook on Jewish educational management.
Papers inJewish demography 1981.
Jerusalem, Institute of Contemporary
Jewry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1983. 457 p. pb
No. 16 in series “Jewish Population Studies.”
P
r a g e r
, D
e n i s
and
Joseph Telushkin. Why the Jews?: the reasons for anti-
Semitism.
New York, Simon and Shuster, 1983. 238 p.