From Philanthropy to Activism: The Political Transformation of American Zionism in the Holocaust Years, 1933-1945
Aims to present a full historical analysis of American Jewry's transformation during World War II from an apolitical, philanthropic body into, the author argues, a powerful pressure group which is consonant with the character and traditions of American democracy.
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On the Threshold of a New Era
The Biltmore Conference
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Between Capital and Land: The Jewish National Fund's Finances and Land ...
Eric Engel Tuten
No preview available - 2004