Abba Hillel Silver and American Zionism

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Mark A. Raider, Jonathan D. Sarna, Ronald W. Zweig
Psychology Press, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 127 pages
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The essays collected here investigate Rabbi Silver's Zionist political leadership, his impact on American Judaism, ideological orientation and relations with the leaders of the Palestine Jewish community, World Zionist Organization and the Jewish State.
 

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Contents

the Path of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver
1
Abba Hillel Silver as Zionist within the Camp of Reform Judaism
9
Abba Hillel Silver David BenGurion
33
the Formative Visions of Abba Hillel Silver
45
Abba Hillel Silvers Zionist Vision
71
Abba Hillel Silver Reconsidered
87
Index
125
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About the author (1997)

Mark A. Raider is Assistant Professor of Modern Jewish History at the University at Albany, State University of New York.

Prof. Jonathan D. Sarna is the Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University and director of its Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program. He is author of American Judaism: A History, winner of the National Jewish Book Award, among other books.

Ronald W. Zweig is a senior lecturer in modern Jewish history at Tel Aviv University. For eighteen years he was editor of the Journal of Israeli History, and is a member of the Historical Advisory Panel on Holocaust Era Records to the National Archives in Washington, D.C. The author of two books, Britain and Palestine During the Second World War and German Reparations and the Jewish World, he lives in Jerusalem.

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