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FABER /AM ER ICAN JEW ISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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G
o l d b e r g
, D
a v i d
J.
The Jewish people: their history and their religion.
New
York, Viking, 1987. 401 p.
G
o l d b e r g e r
, L
e o
,
ed.
The rescue o f Danish Jews: moral courage under
stress.
New York, New York University Press, 1987. 222 p.
G
o o d m a n
, A
l e x
J.
The greatest Rabbis hall o ffame.
New York, Shapolsky,
1987. 388 p. Paperbound.
Revised and expanded edtion o f
Giants o f faith,
1964.
G
o o d m a n
, M
a r t i n
.
The ruling class o f Judaea: the origins o f the Jewish
revolt against Rome A.D. 66-70.
New York, Cambridge University
Press, 1987. 620 p.
G
o o t n i c k
, A
b r a h a m
.
Oh say, can you see: chaos, and a dream of peace.
Lanham, MD, University Press o f America, 1987. 223 p.
Book is about Jews and the USSR.
G
r a d e n w i t z
, P
e t e r
.
Leonard Bernstein: the infinite variety o f musician.
New York, Berg, 1987. 310 p.
G
r u b e r
, R
u t h
.
Rescue: the exodus of the Ethiopian Jews.
New
Y o r k , A t h -
eneum, 1987. 234 p.
Account o f “Operation Moses.”
G
u t m a n
, Y
i s r a e l
and
S
h m u e l
K
r a k o w s k i
.
Unequal victims: Poles and
Jews during World War II.
Tr. from the Hebrew and Polish by Ted
Gorelick and Witold Jedlicki. New York, Holocaust Library, 1987.
399 p. Paperbound.
Analysis o f Polish attitudes toward Jews during the Holocaust.
H
a l p e r n
, B
e n
.
A clash o f heroes: Brandeis, Weizmann, and American Zi­
onism.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1987. 301 p.
According to the author, “different personal styles” o f Brandeis
and Weizmann brought about a split in the Zionist movement.
H
o r s e l y
, R
i c h a r d
A.
Jesus and the spiral o f violence: popular Jewish re­
sistance in Roman Palestine.
New York, Harper & Row, 1987. 355
P-
Disputes view o f the Zealots as fanatical advocates o f violent
revolt and o f Jesus as exponent o f non-violence.
H
u b e r b r a n d
, S
h i m o n
.
Kiddush Hashem: Jewish religious and cultural life
in Poland during the Holocaust.
Tr. by David E. Fishman; ed. by
Jeffrey
S.
Gurock, Robert
S .
Hirt. Hoboken, NJ, Ktav/New York,
Yeshiva University Press, 1987. 474 p.
Depicts the religious aspects o f Jewish martyrdom in the ghettos
during the Holocaust.
The intensification o f violence, 1929-1936 .
Ed. by Aaron S. Klieman. New
York, Garland, 1987. 517 p.
J
a b l o n s k i
, E
d w a r d
.
Gershwin.
Garden City, NY, Doubleday, 1987. 436
P-
Biography.