Tales of the Fathers of the Conservative Movement
Saul Lieberman, Alexander Marx and Louis Finkelstein--the giants of the Jewish Theological Seminar. Rabbi Bernard Mandelbaum had daily contact with them. He also details events in Solomon Schechter's life which he uncovered in over 200 letters. The reader will be enlightened, moved and charmed by the "behind-the-scenes" happenings which reveal the wisdom and wit of these great men.
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