A Double Bond: The Constitutional Documents of American Jewry
Daniel Judah Elazar, Jonathan D. Sarna
University Press of America, Jan 1, 1992 - History - 479 pages
A Double Bond examines the constitutional framework of American Jewry. The essays by Hannah Kliger and Nitza Druyan illuminate key parts of American Jewish history through their analysis of the constitutional documents of major Jewish institutions. A close look at excerpts from the actual documents themselves, included in Part III, makes an excellent reference source for the reader. Co-published with the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
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