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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
Palestine and the Holocaust, 1939-1945 .
Cambridge, MA: Harvard
University Press. 1990. x, 334 p.
An analysis o f whether the Jewish community o f Palestine did
everything in its power to rescue Jews in Nazi-occupied countries.
R
a v i d
, D
a n
a n d
Yossi
M
e l m a n
.
Every spy a prince: the complete history
o f Israels intelligence community.
Boston: Houghton
M i f f l i n .
1990.
x i i i ,
466
p .
R
o s n e r
, M
e n a c h e m
,
et
a l .
eds.
The second generation: continuity and
change in the Kibbutz.
Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 1990.
A study o f second generation Kibbutz members, their status,
personal aspirations, and relationship to the first generation.
S
e i d m a n
, H
il l e l
and
M
o r d e c a i
S
c h r e i b e r
.
Menachem Begin: his life
and legacy.
New York: Shengold Publishers. 1990. 282 p.
S
t a r r
, J
o y c e
R.
Kissing through glass: the invisible shield between Americans
and Israelis.
Chicago: Contemporary Books. 1990. xvi, 254 p.
Concludes that citizens o f Israel and America have fundamen­
tally different outlooks which result in ambivalence about the re­
alities o f American-Israeli relations.
T
e i c h o l z
, T
o m
.
The trial of Ivan the Terrible: State of Israel vs. John
Demjanjuk.
New York: St. Martin’s Press. 1990. xi, 354 p.
SOCIAL STUDIES
A
l t e r
, R
o b e r t
.
Necessary angels: tradition and modernity in Kafka, Ben­
jamin, and Scholem.
Cambridge,
M A :
Harvard University Press.
1991. xv, 131 p.
A
n g e l
, M
a r c
D.
Voices in exile: a study in Sephardic intellectual history.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Publishing House. 1991. 237 p.
A history o f Sephardic thought since the expulsion from Spain.
A
u e r b a c h
, J
e r o l d
S.
Rabbis and lawyers: the journey from Torah to con­
stitution.
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 1990. xix, 249
P-
Auerbach says that lawyers displaced rabbis as community lead­
ers at the beginning o f this century.
B
a k a n
, D
a v i d
.
Sigmung Freud and theJewish mystical tradition.
New York:
Columbia University Press. 1991. xxxi, 326 p.
B
a l d w i n
, P
e t e r
,
ed.
Reworking the past: Hitler, the Holocaust, and the
historians’ debate.
Boston: Beacon Press. 1990. vii, 308 p.
Essays by German, American, and Israeli historians discussing
the German “Historians’ Debate” over the meaning o f Nazism for
German history.
B
e l l
, R
o s e l y n
,
ed.
The Hadassah Magazine Jewish parenting book.
New
York: Avon Books. 1991, xvi, 376 p.
A collection o f the Parenting columns in
Hadassah Magazine.