To the Editor: I have always felt that it takes a certain amount of nerve for a lady from uptown to preach manners to a woman...

To the Editor: Of all the articles I have read dealing with the plight of the Jews in postwar Europe, that by Shlomo Katz is at...

Rereading Herzl’s The Jewish State today is a peculiar experience. One becomes aware that those things in it that Herzl’s own contemporaries would have called...

Palestine Handbook The Palestine Yearbook. by Sophie A. Udin. Washington, Zionist Organization of America, 1945. 526 pp. $3.50. This useful compendium issued by the Zionist organization of America is...

Modern Guides To The Perplexed? This Is Judaism. by Ferdinand M. Isserman. Chicago, Willett, Clark & Co., 1944. 238 pp. $2.50. Conservative Judaism: An American Philosophy. by Robert Grdis. New York,...

The question in my title will perhaps seem odd; that I ask it at this time is the result of a cobbler not having stuck...

Before migrating to America, all the ethnic groups of Yankee City possessed a family pattern of the patriarchal type in which the wife was subordinated...

David In Petticoats David The King. by Gladys Schmitt. New York, Dial Press, 1946. 631 pp. $3.00. Gladys Schmitt is a sort of biblical Howard Fast. Her David sighs...

Athens The fashionable phrase in Salonika for a Jew back from deportation is “unused cake of soap.” This brand of Hellenic wit requires a toughness of...

The entrance of the Eastern Jew of the 8th century into lands of Western emancipation was vastly more than a change of country. It was...

We believe this essay of sharp relevance to the Jewish religious plight in our age. Unlike traditional Christianity, traditional or Orthodox Judaism demands a more...

Whose Dilemma? The Jewish Dilemma. by Elmer Berger. New York, The Devin-Adair Company, 1945. 257 pp. $3.00 Rabbi Berger is Executive Secretary and one of the official ideological leaders...