The world that was: transmitting the Torah legacy to America. America, 1900-1945
Living Memorial, in conjunction with the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland and Shaar Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 456 pages
Discover how Orthodox Judaism rose from near oblivion to a significant influence in America! The story of Orthodox growth in twentieth century America is one of struggle and determination, setbacks and near-miraculous victories. To
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