"Post-Zionist" Philanthropists: Emerging Attitudes of American Jewish Leaders Toward Communal Allocations
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, 1998 - Israel and the diaspora - 33 pages
This report examines the changing attitudes of the voluntary and professional leadership of Federations and the Federation "family" of organizations regarding the allocation of American Jewish communal resources mobilized through federated giving to Israel.
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