This I Believe: Documents of American Jewish Life
Ninety-one letters, ethical wills, bar mitzvah speeches, and other personal records are presented in chronological order following an interpretive essay on the ethical aspirations of American Jewry.
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The Ethical Stance in Works Produced
The Ethical Stance in Letters Written by Jews
Writings that Advocate American Orthodoxy
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