New England Testimony Samuel A. Persky To Dismiss Ruth Glazer’s article on “The Jewish Delicatessen” as merely an amusing and nostalgic little essay, as I fear most...

The Economic Founding Fathers The Economic Mind in American Civilization: 1606-1865. by Joseph Dorfman. New York, Viking, 1946. Two Volumes. $7.50. As America moves toward its “manifest destiny,” its...

Cesar Tiempo is the pen name of Israel Zeitlin, a naturalized Argentine born in the Ukraine in 1906. A Russian pogrom drove the Zeitlin family...

Three Lives Life, I Salute You! by Boris Kader. Cambridge, Sci-Art Publishers, 1945. 368 pp. $3.00. My Caravan of Years: An Autobiography. by Goldie Stone. New York, Bloch, 1945. 252 pp....

Wherever Jews live in accordance with their traditions, they are united at “all the ends of the earth” by similar forms of prayer. They share...

During the last few years philosophers in the United States have been engaged in a profound searching of heart. They have been discussing the nature...

To the Editor: Jews are inevitably suffering from shock, declares Mr. Rorty in his letter [in the May issue] commenting on my article “No Hope Except...

I should like to start with a story which is familiar. But it will lead us straight to the heart of our problem. On January...

The Everyday Vision Pirke Aboth: The Tractate “Fathers,” from the Mishnah. by R. Travers Herford. New York, Jewish Institute of Religion, 3rd revised edition, 1945. 176 pp. $2.00. Sayings...

E Pluribus Unum One Nation. By Wallace Stegner and Look. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1945. 340 pp. $3.75. 340 pp. $3.75. One America: the History, Contributions, and Present Problems of...

The essay below is typical of Isaacs’ approach to a subject in which he was keenly interested both as a thinker and as a religious...

Introduction These are excerpts from the group diary of “Kibbutz Buchenwald,” an agricultural commune formed by some of the survivors of Buchenwald with the intention of...