Grandma Never Lived in America: The New Journalism of Abraham Cahan

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Indiana University Press, 1985 - Social Science - 538 pages
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This is a wonderful collection of Abe Cahan pieces from the Forverts, translated into English. It is delightful, and an excellent introduction to Cahan's journalism (which is not the same as Cahan's fiction). Moses Rischin's intro does a good job of providing context. Read full review

Contents

THE NEW WORLD POWER
3
THE OLD WORLD SCOURGE
36
TWO WORLDS AND TWO SOULS
53
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About the author (1985)

Seth Lipsky is the founding editor of the Forward, the English-language successor to the Jewish Daily Forward. He edited the newspaper for ten years and is now a contributing editor of "The Wall Street Journal. He lives in Brooklyn.

Moses Rischin is a noted historian and the first director of the Western Jewish History Center of The Judah L. Magnes Museum in Berkeley, California. Each year the Annual Moses Rischin Lectures are given in his honor..

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