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o r m a n
, A
b r a h a m
K .
The outsiders: Jews and corporate America.
Lexington, MA, Lexington Books, 1988. 203 p.
e v y
, L
e o n a r d
Original intent and theframers’ constitution.
New York,
Macmillan, 1988. 525 p.
Analysis o f the text o f the U.S. Constitution, focusing especially
on the issue o f who is to make decisions regarding war and peace
— the legislature or the executive branch.
o e w e n b e r g
, F
r a n k
Religion and social work practice in contemporary
American society.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1988. 176
Work deals with problems faced by religiously oriented social
workers when working with secular clients.
u s t i g m a n
, M
ic h a e l
M .
Kindness o f truth and the art of reading ashes.
New York, P. Lang, 1988. 146 p.
Work deals with psychological aspects o f Holocaust.
il t e n b e r g
, D
a v i d
Strangers in paradise: the Israeli Kibbutz experience.
New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Books, 1988. 223 p.
Sketches specific life styles and aspirations o f Kibbutz popula­
O ’C
o n n o r
, J
o h n
o c h
, E
d w a r d
His eminence and hizzoner; a
candid exchange.
New York, William Morrow, 1989. 366 p.
Essays by Cardinal O’Connor and Mayor Koch reflecting com­
monly held, as well as divergent, points o f view on socio-cultural
problems with which New York City must grapple.
l i n e r
, S
a m u e l
P . a n d O
l i n e r
, P
ea r l
The altruistic personality: res­
cuers o f Jews in Nazi Europe.
New York, Free Press, 1988. 419 p.
Sociological “quantitative” study o f causes that motivated non-
Jews under Nazi regime to engage in rescue efforts.
h i l i p s o n
, I
l e n e
Ethel Rosenberg: beyond the myths.
New York, Franklin
Watts, 1988. 390 p.
Character study.
r o c t o r
, R
o b e r t
Racial hygiene: medicine under the Nazis.
New York,
Harvard University Press, 1988. 414 p.
Focuses on the fact that Nazi scientists voluntarily participated
in the construction o f racial policy.
c h a c h n e
, L
u c i e
Education toward spiritual resistance: the Jewish
Landschulheim Herrlingen.
Tr. from the German by Martin M.
Goldenberg. Westlake, CA, Rachel Davenport, 1988. 274 p.
Describes Landschulheim and its influence, claiming that it was
a model for modern Jewish education.
ic k e r
, M
a r t i n
The Judaic State: a study of Rabbinic political theory.
York, Praeger, 1988. 161 p.
Examines Rabbinic teachings on political authority and obliga­
tion and the role o f the national executive.