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FABER/AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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K
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.
L
e v y
, L
e o n a r d
W.
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.
L
o e w e n b e r g
, F
r a n k
M.
Religion and social work practice in contemporary
American society.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1988. 176
P-
Work deals with problems faced by religiously oriented social
workers when working with secular clients.
L
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.
M
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
tion.
O ’C
o n n o r
, J
o h n
and
K
o c h
, E
d w a r d
I.
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.
O
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
M.
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.
P
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.
P
r o c t o r
, R
o b e r t
N.
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.
S
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.
S
ic k e r
, M
a r t i n
.
The Judaic State: a study of Rabbinic political theory.
New
York, Praeger, 1988. 161 p.
Examines Rabbinic teachings on political authority and obliga­
tion and the role o f the national executive.