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Analyzes the similarities and differences between emigrants to
Israel and to Australia.
B
u c k l e y
, W
il l iam
F.,
J
r
.
In search of anti-Semitism.
New York: Con­
tinuum, 1992. 207 p. Ix.
A
National Review
editorial written by Buckley which examines
a lleged anti-Sem itic writing, with responses from Norman
Podhoretz (editor o f
Commentary
magazine), A. M. Rosenthal o f
The New York Times,
and others.
B
u l k a
, R
e u v e n
P.
Critical psychological issues:Judaic perspectives.
Lanham,
Md.: Univ. Pr. o f America, 1992. 152 p.
B ib l . , ix .
C
a r m ic h a e l
, J
o e l
.
The satanizing of the Jews: origin and development of
mystical anti-Semitism.
1st ed. New York: Fromm Intl., 1992. Bibl.
Daughters of the king: women and the synagogue: a survey of history, halakhah,
and contemporary realities.
Ed. by Susan Grossman and Rivka Haut.
1st ed. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society. 340 p. Bibl., ix.
D
e r s h o w it z
, A
lan
M.
Contrary to popular opinion.
New York: Pharos
Bks., 1992. 398 p.
A collection o f recent newspaper columns on 1) judges, juries
and the courts; 2) anti-Semitism; 3) free expression in a democratic
society; 4) the state
vs.
individual rights; 5) the politics o f capital
punishment, abortion, and the right to die.
F
i s h m a n
, A
r y e i
.
Judaism and modernization on the religious kibbutz.
New
York: Cambridge Univ. Pr., 1992. 202 p. Bibl., ix.
Focuses on the Religious Kibbutz Federation in Israel.
Frontiers of Jewish thought.
Ed. by Steven T. Katz. Washington, D.C.:
B’nai B’rith Bks., 1992. 346 p. Bibl., ix. (The B’nai B’rith history
o f the Jewish people)
A collection o f 17 essays exploring social and cultural issues in
Jewish life in America.
G
o o d m a n
-M
a l a m u t h
, L
e sl ie
a n d
R
o b in
M
a r g o l i s
.
Between two worlds:
choices for grown children ofJewish-Christian parents.
New York: Pock­
et Bks., 1992. 208 p. Bibl.
H
o f fm a n
, C
h a r l e s
.
Gray dawn: the Jews of Eastern Europe in the post-
Communist era.
1st ed. New York: HarperCollins, 1992. 349 p. Bibl.,
ix.
Based on interviews and research conducted in Eastern Europe
during 1989-1990.
K
a t z
, D
o n a l d
R .
Home fires: an intimate portrait of one middle-class family
in postwar America.
1st ed. New York: Aaron Asher Bks., 1992.
619 p. Bibl.
K
o t k i n
, J
o e l
.
Tribes: how race, religion, and identity determine success in
the new global economy.
1st ed. New York: Random House, 1993.
343 p. Bibl., ix.