Our Sid Resnick Historical Archive goes back to our magazine’s founding as Jewish Life in 1946. Articles are organized alphabetically by topic and presented as searchable PDFs. For complete back issues as PDFs, see the chronological listing at the bottom of this page. You can also search these complete issues for significant standing columns with varied content, most notably “Around the World,” “It Happened in Israel,” and editor Morris U. Schappes “Editor’s Diary,” which covered a wide range of topics and ran in the magazine for nearly five decades. Poems and short stories are mostly not separately listed, but can be located by searching the complete issues.

 

Sid ResnickSid Resnick was a long-time member of our magazine’s Editorial Advisory Council and a frequent contributor of essays and translations. He worked closely with the Yiddish-language Morning Freiheit for many years as a writer and a key translator for the newspaper’s English edition. Sid earned his living as a printer for many years. Later in his career, he worked in the library of the Yale University Law School, was active in the successful drive to unionize Yale’s clerical and technical staff in 1984, and was a founding member of the retirees association. For over twenty years, Sid chaired the Yale-New Haven “Yiddish Leyen Kreiz,” a weekly intergenerational reading group. He was also active in Brit Tzedek V’Shalom, New Jewish Agenda, and other organizations devoted to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — a solution that would respect the humanity and dignity of those on both sides of the conflict. The Yiddish language and the secular Jewish radical movement were central to Sid’s life. For over 50 years, he was active in the civil rights and peace movements in New Haven.

The Sid Resnick Archive was established by Sid’s family, and is being steadily built as a comprehensive archive of our magazine’s articles.

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Abolitionism

American Jews Who Fought for Freedom, by Louis Ruchames, March, 1960

The Ballad of August Bondi, Aaron Kramer, May, 1955

Sigismund Kaufmann, Abolitionist, I.B. Bailin, 1961

Abortion

Abortion Decision Condemned, by Pauline Lyons, September, 1992

Rallying for Choice in Washington, by Miriam Jochnowitz, January, 1990

A Step Backward, by Janet F. Goller, September, 1989

Abraham Lincoln Brigades

Jews in the International Brigades, Albert Prago, February, 1979

Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action (1), a New Form of Discrimination, by Henry Srebrnik, October, 1990

Affirmative Action (2), a Valuable Tool to Remedy Past Discrimination, by Sol Drabkin

Affirmative Action and Quotas, by Max Cohen, February, 1974

Affirmative Action at Yale: Jewish Students Debate, by Daniel Brook, January, 2000

Aging

Old Age as Harvest Time (review of Number Our Days), by Kerry Olitzky, November, 1980

Agriculture

The Petaluma Story, by Irene Paull, May, 1961

American History, American Jewish History

The American Anglo-Jewish Press, by Daniella Harpaz, January, 1995

American Imperialism and White Chauvinism, Herbert Aptheker, July, 1950

American Jewish Opinion and the Israeli Left, by Shalom Goldman, May-June, 2002

American Jews and the New Mideast Partnership, by Balfour Brickner, July-August, 2005

American Jews and Oil Shortages, editorial, October, 1973

American Jews Criticizing Israeli Policies, editorial, June, 1990

American Jews Scan Their Culture, by Morris U. Schappes, November, 1958

American Jews Who Fought for Freedom, by Louis Ruchames, March, 1960

The Attitude of Jewish Labor to World War I, Morris U. Schappes, March, 1955

The Ballad of August Bondi, Aaron Kramer, May, 1955

Ben Field Begins a Trilogy (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, November, 1971

Bitter Fruit of the Marshall Plan, editorial, May, 1948

A Black Labor Leader Speaks, by Charles A. Hayes, July-August, 1970

A Black Man Views Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, February, 1970

Brandeis and the Liberal Tradition, Howard N. Meyer, September, 1984

The Brezhnev VIsit, editorial, July-August, 1973

Cambodia, Kent State, Augusta, editorial, June, 1970

Civil War Centennial — Celebration or Desecration? Morris U. Schappes, 1961

Cleveland Fifty Years ago, by Joseph Morgenstern, January, 1958

Collateral Damage (editoria), December, 2001

“Colored and Jewish Workers”, edited by Philip S. Foner, February, 1967

Conference on Revitalizing American Jewry, by Martin E. Dann, January, 1972

The Coops – More Than a Reunion, by Irv Lipner, February, 1995

The Death Factory at Ponary, by Rachel Fialkoff, April, 1972

Democracy and the Deportation Laws, by Ira Gollobin, June, 1948

Early Colonial Physicians of Jewish Origin, by Harry Bloch, January, 1994

50 Years of Woman’s Suffrage, by Billie Portnow, September, 1970

George W. versus George W., editorial, January-February, 2004

Growing Up Assimilated in the South, by Marylou Hadditt, March, 1982

The Heroic Period of Jewish Labor, 1909-1914, Morris U. Schappes, January, 1955

How Jewish History Took on Meaning, by Chaim Zhitlowsky, March, 1972

In Memoriam: Philip Foner, January, 1995

The Idle Rich (book review), by Charles A. Madison, June, 1963

Jewish Champs in American Sports, by Lester Rodney, June, 1958

That Jewish Defense League; The basis of its appeal to the fearful and frustrated, Robert Marcus, January, 1970

That Jewish Defense League, a correspondence between Morris U. Schappes and Jack Nusan Porter, June, 1971

That Jewish Defense League: Statement of leaders of progressive Jewish organizations and periodicals in the USA, March 1971

Jewish Labor in the Nineties, by Morris U. Schappes, June, 1950

Jewish Liberalism Under Stress, editorial, September-October 2003

Jewish Life in the United States — and the Role of the Morning Freiheit, Paul Novick, 1957

Jewish  Mass Immigration from Eastern Europe, 1881-1914, Morris U. Schappes, November, 1954

Jewish Views of “Americanism,” Jo-Ann Mort, March, 1982

Jewish Women in U.S. History, by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1983

The Jews and American Slavery, Morris U. Schappes, May, 1954

The Jews and the Civil War Centennial, Morris U. Schappes, 1962

The Jews in the Civil War: 25 Significant Dates, by Morris U. Schappes, April, 1961

Jews in International Brigades (Readers’ Forum), by Alvah Bessie, Albert Prago, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1980

The Jews and the Post-War Reaction after 1918, Morris U. Schappes, April, 1955

Jews and Prostitution, by Yankl Stillman, September-October, 2005

Khomeini Rampant, editorial, January, 1980

Kissinger in Focus, Max Gordon, April, 1974

Leo Frank’s Letter from Prison, 1914, ed. Morris U. Schappes, 1983

The Life of Maimie (book review), by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1980

The Light of Martin Luther King Jr., by David Platt, February, 1971

Lillian Wald (1867-1940) and Social Welfare, by Yankl Stillman, May-June, 2004

Lockout in the UPA, by Samuel Cohen, June, 1950

Louis Ginzberg’s Modern Scholarship (book review), by Jay Schulman, December, 1971

Mickey Marcus, American Hero (book review), by W.S., April, 1963

My Memoirs As A G.I. Guard in the Nurnberg Prison, by Nathan Hilu, April, 1970

A Negro Girl in the Civil War (book review), by Ruth Zalman, February, 1960

Negro History Calendar, staff, February, 1960

Negro History Recommended for Jewish Youths (book review), Rayner W. Mann, February, 1970

Negro-Jewish Relations in the North, Nathan L. Edelstein, October, 1960

Negroes March for Jobs and Freedom (editiorial), September, 1963

A Nice, American Jewish Boy (Over 35) Meets a Concentration Camp Survivor, by Erwin J. Rosen, April, 1972

The 1960 Elections and the “Jewish Vote,” by Simon W. Gerson, October, 1960

The Obscurity of Nahum Yud, by Si Wakesberg, February, 1995

The Path of Felix Frankfurter, by Victor Rabinowitz, February, 1958

The Petaluma Story, by Irene Paull, May, 1961

Progressive Jewish Leaders Issue Statement on JDL, February, 1972

Protests Mount at J.D.L. Shooting, December, 1971

Reagan, Bush, and Nicaragua, by David Seigel, January, 1985

Rebecca Gratz for ‘Teeners (book review), by Letta Schatz

Resistance at the Polls, editorial, December, 1970

Resistance to Pres. Reagan, editorial, January, 1985

Schappes’ History Back in Print (book review), by Neil Salzman, November, 1971

The Shortest-Lived Empire, editorial, July-August, 2005

Sigismund Kaufmann, Abolitionist, I.B. Bailin, 1961

Socialist Traditions of Jewish Labor, Morris U. Schappes, 1950

Sometimes It Takes An Outsider . . . (book review, Max Frankel), by Saul Schwartz, January, 2000

Song My Isolated, Mr. Nixon, Editorial, January, 1970

Spirit of 1776, by Morris U. Schappes, February, 1972

Swinton, Steinmetz and Howells — Three Radicals, by A. B. Magil, September, 1992

A Taste of Country Living: With the Fresh Air Fund, 1924, by Dorothy Epstein, July-August, 2005

The Thirties and the Jewish Masses, Morris U. Schappes, May, 1955

350 Years of Jewish Life and Activism in the United States, by Yankl Stillman, Lawrence Bush and Jeffrey Dekro, January-February, 2004

Truman and the Birth of Israel, by Nathan Prince and Fred Aronson, October, 1962

Union-Busting in Jewish Agencies, by Samuel Cohen, May, 1950

Uriah P. Levy, Commodore Despite Anti-Semitism, January, 1989

U.S. Inaction in Refugee Crisis (book review), by Robert E. Herzstein, July-August, 1970

What Has Changed in Poland?, by Julius Katz-Suchy, April, 1971

What Jesse Jackson Really Said, editorial, February, 1995

White House Conference on Youth, by Ruth Zalman, June, 1960

Aging

Growing Old: The White House Conference on Aging, by Billie Portnow, May, 1982

Scattered Thoughts on Old Age, by David Englestein, December, 1993

American Jewish Congress

The AJ Congress Convention, by Jack Greenfield, January, 1954

Monologue on a Dialogue: Reflections on “Dialogue in Israel” by the American Jewish Congress, by Louis Harap, March, 1964

Sh. Ansky

When I First Met Sh. Ansky, by Khayim Zhitlovsky, December, 1990

Anti-Defamation League

ADL Reports on Anti-Semitism, by Louis Harap, June, 1950

The ADL Report (on Soviet Jews), by Morris U. Schappes, October, 1958

Protests Mount at J.D.L. Shooting, December, 1971

Anti-Semitism

1913 Eye Witness Confirms Leo Frank’s Innocence, unsigned, May, 1982

A Cry of Alarm from Slovakia,  by N.N., February, 1971

ADL Reports on Anti-Semitism, by Louis Harap, June, 1950

The ADL Report (on Soviet Jews), by Morris U. Schappes, October, 1958

The Affair Rickover, by Hershl Harris, October, 1958

American Jewish Committee “Fights” Anti-Semitism, by Louis Harap, May, 1948

Anti-Semitic Blood Libel in Fact and Fiction, by Morris U. Schappes, February, 1967

Anti-Semitism in Minsky, by William Shneyer, September, 1973

Anti-Semitism in the FBI, by Jack Levine, January, 1963

Anti-Semitism: Global Phenomenon, Christoph Schmauch, November, 1978

Babi Yar, by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, translated by Ber Green and Morris U. Schappes, December, 1961

Blood Libel Incidents in USSR Alleged and “Denied,” unsigned, March, 1963

Carl J. Jung’s Shadow, by Herman H. Weiner, September, 1989

Corporate Anti-Semitism, Stephen L. Slavin and Mary A. Pradt, February, 1978

Corporate Anti-Semitism, Sherry Gorelick and Maarten de Kadt, September, 1984

The Devil’s Theory of Zionism in the USSR, Sid Resnick, July-August, 1982

Digging to the Roots (book review), by Louis Harap, June, 1948

Discussing Anti-Semitism in the USSR, by William Shneyer and the Editorial Board, April, 1990

Distorting Data on Soviet Anti-Semitism, editorial, May, 1990

“Duking It Out” — New Jewish Agenda Versus Anti-Semitism and Racism, by Sheldon Ranz, January, 1992

Dynamite in Miami, by Simon Federman, May, 1958

Fighting Anti-Semitism at Home (book review), by Harold Ticktin, March, 1990

Frederico Fellini’s “The Clowns“, by Cynthia J. Haft, November, 1971

Gorbachev Blasts Anti-Semitism at Babi Yar Commemoration, by Mikhail S. Gorbachev, December, 1991

Handbook on Hush-Hush (book review), by Louis Harap, May, 1950

The Hitler Boom and Fascism, by Charles R. Allen, January, 1976

How the Job Was Done in Poland; Anti-socialists dismantle the Jewish community, by Yudel Korman, February, 1970

Hungarian Nazi Refugees Spread Anti-Semitism, by M.M., June, 1960

I Believe in the Triumph of Reason, by Radik L. Sandik, May, 1990

Jews Astir in Estonia, by Carol Jochnowitz, October, 1989

The Kishinev Pogrom Revisited, by Lawrence Bush, November, 1978

Levy’s Book on the Soviet Jewish Question, by Louis Harap, July-August, 1958

McCarthy and Anti-Semitism, by Charles R. Allen and Art D’Lugoff, July, 1953

Movement to Ban Incitement, by Lazar Zaidman, January, 1963

My Life on a Fence: Meeting Anti-Semitism, by Lynne Ianniello, July-August, 1961

Negro Beliefs, and Anti-Semitism Among White and Black, by Louis Harap, March, 1970

Negro-Jewish Relations in the North, by Nathan L. Edelstein, October, 1960

The Oberammergau Passion Play, by Willard Uphaus, December, 1960

Polling American Anti-Semitism, by Yankl Stillman, July, 1982

“Potemkin” Falsely Charged with Anti-Semitism, unsigned, July, 1972

Psychoanalysis and Anti-Semitism, by Dr. Walter S. Neff, June, 1948

Pravda Reprints an Anti-Semitic Forgery, April, 1970

The Protocols and a Century of Lies (book review, Stephen Eric Bronner), by Joel Shatzky, January-February, 2004

Reflections on Self-Determination by an Exile from Poland, by Julius Katz-Suchy, April, 1973

Shylock and Anti-Semitism, Morris U. Schappes, 1962

Solzhenitsyn and Anti-Semitism, by Paul N. Siegel, December, 1990

Soviet Jewish Renewal and Anti-Semitism, by Sid Resnick, July-August, 1990

Statement on the Jews in Poland, by secular Jewish leaders, January, 1969

Thinking Tribally about Anti-Semitism (book review, Phyllis Chesler), by Sid Resnick, January-February, 2004

Ukrainian Pogroms, 1919-1920, by Yankl Stillman, December, 1994

U.S. Inaction in Refugee Crisis (book review), by Robert E. Herzstein, July-August, 1970

We Will Not Yield! by Rabbi William B. Silverman, June, 1958

Wrecking the Polish Jewish Community, Yudel Korman, January, 1970

Yugoslavia and the Beast of Chauvinism, by Drs. Ana Marianovic-Shane and Paul G. Shane, September, 1992

Architecture

An Conversation with Daniel Libeskind, by Stephen Yablon, September-October, 2003

Hannah Arendt

The Strange World of Hannah Arendt, Morris U. Schappes, 1963

Argentina

Jacobo Timerman (1923-1999), by Bennett Muraskin, January, 2000

Art and Artists

Art Out of Terezin, by Saul Lishinsky, April, 1970

Art-Bashing as Political Sport, editorial, September, 1989

Chagall Takes a Union Test, I.E. Ronch, October, 1960

Charlotte: Paintings of a Lost Life (book review), by Rebecca Soyer, March, 1982

Credo, by Max Weber, December, 1961

Holocaust Memory through Sculpture: Louis Mitelberg, by Taisa Julia, January, 1994

Isaac Itkind: Soviet Jewish Sculptor, by Irwin Shappin, July-August, 1973

The Jew Who Loved Chester, PA (Marvin Friedman), by Paul Buhle, November-December, 2003

Kaminska’s Mother Courage (cartoon), by Joel Schechter and Spain, July-August, 2005

Marc Chagall (1887-1985), by Yankl Stillman, November, 2001

Painting in Israel, by Mitchell Fields, May 1960

Truth or Denial–Art or Rebellion?, by Saul Lishinsky, April, 1972

William Gropper’s Exhibit, by Stella Buchwald, January, 1960

William Gropper: An Appreciation, by Harold Sosnow, January, 1995

Sholem Asch

The God of Vengeance on Trial, by Joseph Dimow, July-August, 2000

The Legacy of Sholem Asch, by Eli Katz, November, 1980

Sholem Asch: A Symposium, by Sidney Finkelstein, Aaron Katz, and Ben Levine, January,1958

Atheism

The Talmud’s Atheist, by Lawrence Bush, Winter, 2009-10

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Baseball

To Brooklyn, Again and Again, by Irv Saposnik, January, 1993

Dovid Bergelson

Without a Name, a Story, by Dovid Bergelson, July-August, 1989

Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein, Creator, Survivor, by Eric A. Gordon, December, 1988

Haim Nachman Bialik

A Freilichs (An Ode to Courage), by H.N. Bialik, translated from the Yiddish by Lila B. Hassid

Bible

The Bible Manipulated, by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, March, 1983

Jewish Values in a Changing World, by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, September, 1971

Louis Ginzberg’s Modern Scholarship (book review), by Jay Schulman, December, 1971

Birobidzhan

A Jewish State Rises in Birobidjan, by J.M. Budish, November, 1947

Birobidzhan, the Jewish Autonomous Region, by Henry Srebrnik, July-August, 2006

Immigration to Birobidzhan, by G. Zhits, November, 1947

Black-Jewish Relations

Affirmative Action Again, Editorial, February, 1980

Affirmative Action and Quotas, by Max Cohen, February, 1974

African Jewry Before Judgement Day, by L. Liebowitch, November, 1947

A Black Labor Leader Speaks, by Charles A. Hayes, July-August, 1970

A Jewish Labor Leader Speaks, by Leon J. Davis, September, 1970

African Americans and Jewish Americans: A New Agenda for an Old Alliance, by Mayor David N. Dinkins, July-August, 1990

American Jews Who Fought for Freedom, by Louis Ruchames, March, 1960

Attitudes of Negroes to Jews, by David Platt, July-August, 1958

A White Face in a Black College, by Joshua Fried, April, 1971

The Battle of Parkchester, Elihu S. Hicks, July, 1953

Birmingham Diary, by David Matis, July-August 1963

Black-Jewish Coalition: Troubled but Still Alive, by Albert Vorspan, September, 1989

Black-Jewish Relations, 1990, editorial, February, 1990

Black-Jewish Relations — Yesterday and Tomorrow, by William Shneyer, July-August, 1989

A Black Man Views Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, February, 1970

Black Panthers, Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, 1970

The Black Panthers, Jews, and Israel, George Wald, Huey Newton et al, 1971

Black Power and the Jews, Morris U. Schappes, January, 1967

Black Progress or Illiberal Rhetoric? by John A. Morsell, September, 1973

Black Youth for Jewish Study (book review), by Aileen O. James, February, 1971

Bonds of Brotherhood, Paul Robeson, November, 1954

The Challenge of Forest Hills, editorial, January, 1972

“Colored and Jewish Workers”, edited by Philip S. Foner, February, 1967

“Community Control” of Schools (book review), by Rachel Levy, September, 1970

Community Development: Reproducing the Jewish “Success Story,” Lawrence Bush, October, 1998

Crown Heights Still in Turmoil — II, unsigned, January, 1993

Dialogue With a Radical Jewish Student, by Jonathan Goldin and Morris U. Schappes, July-August, 1970

Dynamite in Miami, by Simon Federman, May, 1958

Fighting Jim Crow in Cleveland, A. Strauss, October, 1953

The Image of the Jew in the Negro Community, Rabbi Paul H. Levenson, 1962

In Defense of Angela Davis, by Albert Maltz, March, 1972

I Saw Jim Crow in Prison, Regina Frankfeld, May, 1955

“I Was There” August 28, by Simon Federman, October, 1963

Jewish Encounter with Black Publisher, by W.S., February, 1974

Jewish Teenagers and Negro Youth, by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1967

Jewish Vote Decisive in Dinkins Primary Victory, editorial, November, 1989

The Jews and American Slavery, Morris U. Schappes, May, 1954

The Jews and Negro Rights, Alice Citron, July, 1954

Jews and Negroes: Unity from Collision, by Coretta Scott King, January 1969

Jews, Blacks, and Election ’88, editorial, December, 1988

Keeping Our Eyes on the Target, by Joe Dimow, September, 1994

Mandela, Jews, the Continuing Struggle, editorial, April, 1990

Marching for School Integration, by Estelle Tambak, June, 1959

Mayor Dinkins and the Jewish Vote, editorial, December, 1989

The Million-Man Message, editorial, December, 1995

My Father, Paul Robeson, by Paul Robeson Jr., February, 1971

Negro Beliefs, and Anti-Semitism Among White and Black, by Louis Harap, March, 1970

Negro-Jewish Relations in the North, by Nathan L. Edelstein, October, 1960

Negro-Jewish Tensions Discussed, by Reb Doovid, February, 1964

Negro History Recommended for Jewish Youths (book review), by Rayner W. Mann, February, 1970

New Developments & New Tensions in Negro-Jewish Relations, by William Worthy, Rabbi Kurt Flascher, Dr. Charles W. Collins, and Morris U. Schappes; May, 1963

The New Negro Faces the Jewish People, by Kenneth B. Clark, September, 1960

New Politics Is Born, by Jack W. Weinman, December, 1967

No Room for Race Prejudice, edited by Philip S. Foner, February, 1980

Once More, with Feeling (book review/Julius Lester’s Lovesong), by Cheryl Greenberg, February, 1989

A Philadelphia Story, by Sherman Labovitz, February, 1974

Pilgrimage to Atlanta (Rosa Lee Ingrams Case), Jennie Truchman, February, 1954

Radical Intellectuals and Trade Unionism, by Morris U Schappes, September, 1971

Recklessness or Responsibility? A Message to Southern Jews, by Isaac Toubin, May 1958

Reciprocal Respect: Blacks, Jews, and Holocausts, by Robert G. Weisbord, January, 2002

Reconciliation for America, by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, February, 1990

Renewing and Reviewing the Black-Jewish Alliance, Cheryl Greenberg, January-February, 2005

The Right to Be Different, by Ruth Zalman, May, 1963

Schappes’ Challenge to Farrakhan, March, 1994

A Summer’s Tale: Defeating Prejudice in a Bungalow Colony, Babette Jones, January, 1961

Take That, Jerry Falwell! Black-Jewish Celebrations of Freedom, by Adrienne Cooper, March-April, 2005

Tensions in Ten Cities, by Louis Harap, June, 1963

Two Recommended Black Books (book review), by Elise C. Rollock, February, 1972

W. E. B. Du Bois on the Jews, by W. E. B. Du Bois, February, 1972

We Will Not Yield! by Rabbi William B. Silverman, June, 1958

A White Face in a Black College, by Joshua Fried, April, 1971

White House Conference on Youth, by Ruth Zalman, June, 1960

Will There Be a New Exodus from South Shore, Chicago? by Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein, June, 1962

Black Panthers

Black Panthers, Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, 1970

The Black Panthers, Jews, and Israel, George Wald, Huey Newton et al, 1971

Black Power and the Jews, Morris U. Schappes, January, 1967

Civil Liberties for Black Panthers, Editorial, February, 1970

Mark Blitzstein

Mark Blitzstein Portrayed (book review), by Herbert Haufrecht, March, 1990

Louis Brandeis

Brandeis and the Liberal Tradition, Howard N. Meyer, September, 1984

Martin Buber

Martin Buber at 80, by S. Eisenstadt, July-August, 1958

Martin Buber’s Social Vision, Louis Harap, July-August, 1978

Bund (Jewish Labor Bund)

The Bund Revisited, by Louis Harap, Part I (February, 1974), Part II (March, 1974), Part III (April, 1974), Part IV (May, 1974)

Burial

Jewish Burial in an Age of Ecological Crisis, Joysa Winter, September-October, 2008

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Abraham Cahan

Abe Cahan and the Forward, Paul Novick

1905 Jews and Revolution, by Louis Harap, September, 1973

On the “Bintel Brief,” by Abraham Cahan, translated by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1992

Canada

Jews in Quebec (book review), by Abraham J. Arnold, May, 1989

Capitalism

Corporate Anti-Semitism, Sherry Gorelick and Maarten de Kadt, September, 1984

Socially Responsible Capitalism? (book review, William Greider), by Lawrence Bush, January-February, 2004

Cartoons (see Art and Artists)

Center for Constitutional Rights

War Criminals in the White House? Interview with Michael Ratner, September-October, 2007

Marc Chagall

Chagall Takes a Union Test, I.E. Ronch, November, 1960

Mark Chagall, a poem by Aaron Kurtz, July-August, 1958

Marc Chagall (1887-1985), by Yankl Stillman, November, 2001

“Oppen” Readings: Visiting with Joseph Opatoshu, by Judith Elton Dunn, November-December, 2003

Children

A Bas Mitsve Speech, by Elana Friedman Shneyer, October, 1994

A Children’s Play About Medieval English Jews, by Ruth Zalman, January, 1963

Children in Trouble, by Billie Portnow, January, 1980

God Did This and God Did That, by Itsik Kipnis, June, 1980

Jewish Books for Young People (book reviews), by Jane Schofer, November, 1990

Jewish Books for Young Readers (book reviews), by Joan Kurtz, November, 2001

Jewish-Oriented Books for the Young (book reviews), by Selma R. Siege, November, 1980

Jews, Kids and History, by Ricky Rapoport Friesem, November, 1971

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 1), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 2), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Parents and Children Learning Together, by Max Rosenfeld, July, 1972

Recommended for Your Teener: The Right to Be Different, by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1961

“RIch Man, Poor Man” for Children, by H.H., January, 1964

A Taste of Country Living: With the Fresh Air Fund, 1924, by Dorothy Epstein, July-August, 2005

Uncle Misha Fights Back (book review), by Tess Swerdlow, April, 1974

Wanted: Jewish Children’s Books, by Hershl Harris, November, 1963

China

Encounter in Beijing, by Jack Jacobs, February, 1995

Christianity and the Christian Right

The Blessing of Christianity? by Lawrence Bush, July-August, 2005

The Christian Right and the Jewish Left, by Esther Kaplan, July-August, 2005

Jesus Jewish? by Rachel Ellner, December, 1995

Reparations to Jews by Lutherans?, by Glenn C. Stone, October, 1971

Circumcision

Other Voices on Circumcision, by Carol Jochnowitz, December, 1988

Civil Liberties

Can We Outlaw Hate Literature?, Victor Rabinowitz, February, 1959

“Community Control” of Schools (book review), by Rachel Levy, September, 1970

50 Years of Woman’s Suffrage, by Billie Portnow, September, 1970

New Developments & New Tensions in Negro-Jewish Relations, by William Worthy, Rabbi Kurt Flascher, Dr. Charles W. Collins, and Morris U. Schappes; May, 1963

The People Versus the Supreme Court, November, 1951

War Criminals in the White House? Interview with Michael Ratner, September-October, 2007

“Lawlessness and Repression,” editorial, June, 1971

Civil Rights

Affirmative Action Again, Editorial, February, 1980

The Battle of Parkchester, Elihu S. Hicks, July, 1953

The Battle of Trumball Park (book review), by Jack N. Weinman, February, 1960

Birmingham Diary, by David Matis, July-August 1963

Black Panthers, Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, 1970

The Black Panthers, Jews, and Israel, George Wald, Huey Newton et al, 1971

Black Power and the Jews, Morris U. Schappes, January, 1967

Bonds of Brotherhood, Paul Robeson, November, 1954

The Challenge of Forest Hills, editorial, January, 1972

Civil Liberties for Black Panthers, Editorial, February, 1970

Civil Rights in Review (book review), by Henry Foner, November, 2001

Civil Rights Month, editorial, February, 1964

Fight Ahead on Desegregation, by Doxie A. Wilkerson, March, 1955

Fighting Jim Crow in Cleveland, A. Strauss, October, 1953

Fighting Racism, 1989, editorial, February, 1989

Filibuster Follies, editorial, March, 1964

“Freedom is a Long Struggle” (book review), by Cheryl Greenberg, February, 1990

In Defense of Angela Davis, by Albert Maltz, March, 1972

I Saw Jim Crow in Prison, Regina Frankfeld, May, 1955

“I Was There” August 28, by Simon Federman, October, 1963

Jews and Negroes: Unity from Collision, by Coretta Scott King, January 1969

The Jews and Negro Rights, Alice Citron, July, 1954

The Light of Martin Luther King Jr., by David Platt, February, 1971

Marching for School Integration, by Estelle Tambak, June, 1959

The Million-Man Message, editorial, December, 1995

A Monumental People’s Victory (School Desegregation), William Patterson, July, 1954

NAACP Convention Calls for Action, by Abraham Strauss, September, 1958

Negroes March for Jobs and Freedom (editiorial), September, 1963

Negro History Calendar, staff, February, 1960

Negro-Jewish Relations in the North, Nathan L. Edelstein, October, 1960

Negro Labor Is Advancing, Eugene Gordon, February, 1953

New Orleans School Stalemate, by Rabbi Leo A. Bergman, May, 1961

Pilgrimage to Atlanta (Rosa Lee Ingrams Case), Jennie Truchman, February, 1954

Privileges for Whites or Equality for Negroes?, editorial, December, 1963

Problems of Integration in Public Schools, by Hershl Harris, September, 1963

Property Values Are Not Undermined by Negroes, unsigned, April, 1960

Race Discrimination in Housing (book review), by Babette Jones, February, 1962

Race Does Matter (book review/Cornell West), by Joel Shatzky, December, 1993

Racist Backlash Punishes Powell, Editorial, February, 1967

Raucous Racism in Bensonhurst, editorial, October, 1989

Recklessness or Responsibility? A Message to Southern Jews, by Isaac Toubin, May 1958

Reconciliation for America, by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, February, 1990

Renewing and Reviewing the Black-Jewish Alliance, Cheryl Greenberg, January-February, 2005

Segregation Stalemate in the South, by Harry L. Shamis, February, 1960

Showdown on School Jim Crow, Elihu S. Hicks, February, 1954

The State of Civil Rights, by Howard A. Glickstein, February, 1972

A Summer’s Tale: Defeating Prejudice in a Bungalow Colony, Babette Jones, January, 1961

Two Hundred Years of Segregated Schools, W.E.B. DuBois, February, 1955

Two Lawyers for Justice (book review), by Moe L. Tandler, February, 1967

The Unfinished Business of the Civil War, by the Rev. Dr. Milton A. Galamison, September, 1961

We Will Not Yield! by Rabbi William B. Silverman, June, 1958

White House Conference on Youth, by Ruth Zalman, June, 1960

Women Unite for Desegregation, by Billie Portnow, May, 1960

Cold War

Afghanistan and Cold War, editorial, March, 1980

Bitter Fruit of the Marshall Plan, editorial, May, 1948

Campaigning for Morton Sobell, by Annette T. Rubinstein, June, 1958

Can We Have Peace in Our Time, by Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn, May, 1958

Cuba’s Jewish Minister: An Interview, by Paul Novick, June, 1960

Israeli Warnings Against Cold War, editorial, May, 1980

Khrushchev in Cairo — and Israel, editorial, June, 1964

A New Approach to Peace, by James P. Warburg, March, 1958

The People Want Peace, by Albert E. Kahn, June, 1950

Resisting the Cold War, editorial, April, 1980

Morris Raphael Cohen

Schappes on Morris Raphael Cohen, interview by Max Rosenfeld, July, 1980

Communism

Afghanistan and Cold War, editorial, March, 1980

American Jewish Committee as Red-Baiter, by Louis Harap, June, 1948

Asbury Park to Moscow, by Ted Tinsley, May, 1950

“Commentary” Moves to the Right, by Louis Harap, December, 1971

Critique of United Workers Party Platform, by Esther Valenska, June, 1948

Czechoslovakian Frame-Ups Reviewed, unsigned, October, 1963

Holocaust History Rewritten in Poland, by Nora Levin, March, 1972

How My Father Last Met Itzik Feffer, Paul Robeson, Jr., 1981

Inside Perlman’s Poland, by Ted Tinsley, June, 1950

Lenin and the Jewish Question, by Ben Joseph, December, 1970

Karl Marx and the Jewish Question, by Louis Harap, July-August, 1959

The Menace of White Chauvinism, Carl Vedro, June, 1950

The Path I Follow,  by Dr. Moshe Sneh, May, 1948

Questions for the Soviet Party Congress, Editorial, March, 1971

Readers’ Forum on USSR and Jews, by Israel Kugler and A.B. Magil, January, 1985

Red-Baiters, Incorporated, Letters by Benjamin Schultz and Howard Fast, May, 1948

Reflections on Self-Determination by an Exile from Poland, Julius Katz-Suchy, April, 1973

The Soviet Jewish Situation: Unfinished business 15 years after the Khrushchev Report, by Louis Harap, March, 1971

Squandered Inheritance (book review), by Estelle Holt, May-June, 2002

Statement on the Jews in Poland, by secular Jewish leaders, January, 1969

Thoughts on the Soviet Anniversary, Editorial, November, 1947

The Truth About the Prague Trial, by Louis Harap, January, 1953

The Truth About the Rosenbergs’ Case, by William Reuben, November, 1951

Ultra-Right Forgeries Exposed (book review), by Harold Ticktin, April, 1971

What Was the Rosenbergs’ Crime? William Reuben, December, 1951

Stalin Dissected, Max Gordon, 1979

Stalin Unmasked in Russian Novel (book review), by Miriam Katz, July-August, 1989

Vivian Gornick Views American Communism, Al Prago, November, 1978

Zionism Seen Out of Focus, by A.B. Magil, May, 1974

Community Development

Community Development: Reproducing the Jewish “Success Story,” Lawrence Bush, October, 1998

Conservatism

Against Jewish Liberalism: The Neo-Conservative View, by David Hacker, January, 1989

The Function of the Crackpot, by Carey McWilliams, November, 1947

Conversos (Marranos)

The Prayer of the Candles, by Harry Bloch, December, 1994

Cuba

A British Jew Looks at Cuba, by H. Newman, December, 1961

Cuba’s Jewish Minister: An Interview, by Paul Novick, June, 1960

Three Synagogues in Havana, by David Marell, January-February, 2004

Czechoslovia

Czechoslovakian Frame-Ups Reviewed, unsigned, October, 1963

Kinderland Goes to Havana, by Alex Straus, July-August, 2000

No Future for Anti-Semitism in Czechoslovakia, by Maurice Essex, November, 1947

The Truth About the Prague Trial, Louis Harap, January, 1953

World Youth Festival, a Personal Report, by Paul Shneyer, October, 1973

D

Dance

Choreographing “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” Wendy Osserman, November, 1978

Edith Segal and Radical Dance, by Leanne Brotsky, September-October, 2003

Inbal: Treasure out of Yemen, by Sara Levi-Tanai, March, 1958

Irina Pevsner oi the Leningrad Ballet: An Interview, by Edith Segal, January, 1962

Jewish Dance, Then and Now, by Lillian Shapero, April, 1962

We Danced Before the Moiseyevs, by Edith Segal, September, 1958

Denmark

How Denmark Rescued Its Jews (book review), by Norah Levin, November, 1970

Isaac Meir Dick

Isaac Meir Dick, Gerald Stillman, October, October, 1998

Dreyfus Affair

A New Film on the Dreyfus Case (“I Accuse”), by David Platt, April, 1958

Drugs

The Jewish Drug Scene in Great Neck, by Rachel Fialkoff, March, 1972

E

Education

A Children’s Book from Israel (book review), by Ruth Zalman, May, 1960

“Community Control” of Schools (book review), by Rachel Levy, September, 1970

A Conference of Progressive Shules, by Florence Gold, September, 1971

Coordinating Jewish Secular Schools, by Elias Picheny, June, 1970

God Did This and God Did That, by Itsik Kipnis, June, 1980

Guide to a Perplexed Teacher, by Mendele Mocher Sforim, December, 1970

Hanuka and Christmas in Public Schools? by Billie Portnow, December, 1962

Holocaust: Learning through Doing, by Hershl Hartman, October, 1990

Holocaust Reading for Young People (book review), by Jane Schofer, April, 1989

How the VIlna Ghetto Schools Were Established, by Mark Dworzecki, April, 1972

Jewish Communal Funds for Secular Schools, by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1970

Jewish Schools for Our Children, by Ruth Zalman, September,1960

Jews, Kids and History, by Ricky Rapoport Friesem, November, 1971

National Conference on Jewish Secular Schools, by Max Rosenfeld, June, 1971

A “New Jew” Looks At Education, by Max Rosenfeld, December, 1971

New Jewish Books for Young Children, by Jane Schofer, November, 1989

On the Detroit School Conference, by August Maymudes, October, 1971

Parents and Children Learning Together, by Max Rosenfeld, July, 1972

Reports from Secular Schools, by Ruth Zalman, December, 1961

The School Parochiaid Controversy, Editorial, March, 1972

Secularism and Our Heritage, by Max Rosenfeld, July-August, 1973

Secular Jewish Education, Then and Now, by Israel Kugler, July-August, 2005

The Secular Jewish School: Its Philosophy, by Sanford Goldner, September, 1962

The Service Bureau for Jewish Education, Itche Goldberg, January, 1970

A Teacha in the Hasidic Community (book review), by Miriam Jochnowitz Daluz, December, 2001

Teaching about the Holocaust, by Bernard Schneider, April, 1980

A Textbook in Jewish History (book review) by Ruth Zalman, April, 1964

Three Books for Teens, by Ruth Zalman, November, 1960

A Visit When I Was Eight Years Old, by Madeline Lasher, March, 1989

A Welcome New History Text (book review), by Ruth Zalman, September, 1962

What Direction for Secular Schools? by Hershl Harris, January, 1964

What History Should We Teach Children? by Ruth Zalman, June, 1963

What to Teach about Our Past, by Hershl Harris, October, 1963

Why Progressive Jewish Schools?, Mira Stone, October, 1955

Words that Wound, by F.L. Marcuse, July-August, 1962

Workshop on Secular Jewish Education, by W.S., September, 1961

World Jewish Student Conference, by Jay Bender, December, 1971

Yiddish Clubs in High School, by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1962

Albert Einstein

Scientists Warn, Peace or Death, Albert Einstein and Others, August, 1955

Elections

The 1960 Elections and the “Jewish Vote,” Simon W. Gerson, October, 1960

Emma Lazarus Federation

On the Emma Lazarus Federation’s 20th Anniversary, by Morris U. Schappes, January, 1972

Environment

Energy Policy and Jewish Interests, Jeffrey Dekro, June, 1982

Estonia

Jews Astir in Estonia, by Carol Jochnowitz, September, 1989

F

Fascism – see Nazism/Fascism

Howard Fast

Howard Fast Short Story, Where Are Your Guns?, July, 1948

Red-Baiters, Inc., Letters by Benjamin Schultz and Howard Fast, May, 1948

Young Moses, by Annette T. Rubinstein, July-August, 1958

Itzik Feffer

How My Father Last Met Itzik Feffer, Paul Robeson, Jr., 1981

I Am a Jew, a poem by Itzik Feffer, translated by Martin Birnbaum, July, 1980

Three Poems, by Itzik Feffer, translated by Tania Klein, July, 1972

Feminism

A Step Backward, by Janet F. Goller, September, 1989

Jewish Feminism in Germany (book review), by Lieselotte Wolff, March, 1982

Edna Ferber

Edna Ferber’s Autobiography, Jack W. Weinman, November, 1960

Film and Television

The Anti-Nazi “Tin Drum,” by David Platt, November, 1980

“Barabbas” Falsifies History, by David Platt, October, 1962

Ben Hur — Empty Spectacular, by David Platt, July-August, 1960

Bitter Anti-Nazi Film (“Condemned of Altona”), by David Platt, November, 1963

“The Cardinal” and “The Victors,” by David Platt, March, 1964

“The Chosen” — Conflicts in Judaism, by David Platt, September, 1982

A Christ-Killing Jew-Baiting Film (“Jesus Christ Superstar), by David Platt, October, 1973

“Compulsion,” by David Platt, June, 1959

“The 81st Blow,” by Larry Lefkowitz, March, 2002

“Fiddler” on the Screen, by David Platt, December, 1971

Frederico Fellini’s “The Clowns“, by Cynthia J. Haft, November, 1971

Gay Son versus Jewish Mother (“Torch Song Trilogy”), by Arnie Kantrowitz, March, 1989

Ghetto Rising in Film (movie review), by L.H., May, 1950

Horses, Cossacks, Jews-On Film, by David Platt, October, 1971

Interview with Marcel Ophuls, by Elliot L. Jurist, February, 1989

An Israeli Tourist in Handcuffs (“James’ Journey to Jerusalem”), by Yankl Stillman, May, 2001

Jewish Films in 2003, from Palm Springs to Berlin, by Ruth and Archie Perlmutter, September-October, 2003

“Judgment at Nuremberg”: An Indictment, David Platt, 1962

“Kippur” (film review), by Yankl Stillman, December, 2000

Love in an Unemployment Office (“Dummy”), by Yankl Stillman, November-December, 2003

“Me and the Colonel” and “The Naked and the Dead,” by David Platt, October, 1958

New Film Cycle on Nazis, by David Platt, September, 1961

A New Film on the Dreyfus Case (“I Accuse”), by David Platt, April, 1958

Old Stars Still Shine, by Eric Gordon, February, 1995

“Potemkin” Falsely Charged with Anti-Semitism, unsigned, July, 1972

“Raisin” on the Screen (“A Raisin in the Sun”), by Robert Arnow, June, 1961

Rod Serling Falsifies the Warsaw Ghetto, by Max Rosenfeld, July-August, 1960

Ruth in Hollywood (“The Story of Ruth”), by David Platt, September, 1960

“Samson,” a Polish Film Against Anti-Semitism, unsigned, December, 1962

Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing,” by Elliott L. Jurist, September, 1989

“The Way We Were,” by David Platt, February, 1974

Uprising — A Film Review, by Yankl Stillman, December, 2001

Was Charlie Chaplin Jewish? by David Platt, April, 1989

Watching the Holocaust (book review), by John K. Roth, December, 2000

Woody Allen and the Eyes of God (“Crimes and Misdemeanors”), by Elliott L. Jurist, December, 1989

Elizabeth Gurly Flynn

Early Life of the “Rebel Girl,” Elizabeth Gurly Flynn, September, 1955

Folklore

The Golem Legend (book review), by Henry Goodman, February 1972

The Heart-Stirring Sermon, by Abraham Reisin, February, 1972

Jewish Tales the World Over, by Zelda Yarmuk, December, 1989

Food

Grandma’s Farfel, by Lou Relin, January, 1989

France

The Jewish Resistance in France, by Mitchell Abidor, December, 1982

My Dinner with Roland, by Judith Keller, January, 1989

A Polish Jew in the French Revolution: Zalkind Hurwitz (1740-1812), translated by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1990

Anne Frank

A Diary about the Diary of Anne Frank, by David Matis, March, 1960

Leo Frank Case

1913 Eye Witness Confirms Leo Frank’s Innocence, unsigned, May, 1982

Leo Frank’s Letter from Prison, 1914, ed. Morris U. Schappes, 1983

That Leo Frank Case (book review), by Roberta Feinstein, February, 1989

Felix Frankfurter

The Path of Felix Frankfurter, by Victor Rabinowitz, February, 1958

Funerals

Jewish Burial in an Age of Ecological Crisis, Joysa Winter, September-October, 2008

A Jewish Jazz Funeral in New Orleans, by Alice Jacobs, February, 1989

G

Gay and Lesbian Liberation

“Bent,” by Jonathan Boyarin, July, 1980

Gay, Jewish, and Whole, by Jyl Lynn Felman, January, 1993

Gays in Concentration Camps, Martin Land, April, 1982

Jewish Stars and Pink Triangles, by Lawrence Bush, May-June, 2004

Memoir and Call of a “Feigele,” by Herb Wasserman, September, 1992

Genetics

The Bell Curve — Old Wine in a New Bottle, by Lawrence Plotkin, May, 1995

Genocide

Defining and Preventing Genocide, by Ronald Aronson, April, 1983

Remembering the Armenian Genocide, by staff, April, 1990

Germany

Berlin Jews: Rise and Fall (book review), by Mark Bernheim, July-August, 1989

Deutsch, by Carol Bergman, October, 1994

East German Court Tries Globke in Absentia (unsigned), September, 1963

Fatherland of the Swastika, by Sam Pevzner, March, 1960

The Hitler Boom and Fascism, by Charles R. Allen, January, 1976

Jewish Feminism in Germany (book review), by Lieselotte Wolff, March, 1982

Kraus, Tucholsky, Felix Mendelssohn: A Trio of Apostates, by Paul Neumarkt, December, 1973

Mr. Lewis and the Facts, by John Peet, June, 1963

My Memoirs As A G.I. Guard in the Nurnberg Prison, by Nathan Hilu, April, 1970

Nazi Comeback in Western Germany, excerpts from a World Jewish Congress report, June, 1950

Nazis Have Already Returned to Bonn, by Nathan Straus, July-August, 1959

Nazi War Criminals Living Among Us, by Charles R. Allen, January, 1963

No Home for Swastikas in East Germany, by Sam Pevzner, July-August, 1960

Old Nazis in East Germany, Too? by John Peet, July-August, 1962

The Old Nazis in West Germany, by Simon Federman, January, 1963

Reaching into the Past: A Memoir, by Peter A. Kupfer, March, 1992

Rearmament and the Return of the Rats, January, 1954

Shirer’s Anti-Nazi Best-Seller, by Charles R. Allen, Jr., September, 1961

Sickness, Health, and Jews in Germany (book review), by Galina Vroman, January, 2002

That Man Heusinger, by Sam Pevzner, February, 1964

What About Nazis in East Germany? by John Peet, July-August, 1961

GLBTQ — see Gay and Lesbian Liberation

Emma Goldman

The Legacy of Emma Goldman, Fifty Years Later (book review), by Leonard J. Lehrman, May, 1990

Greece

The Jews of Salonika: In Memoriam, by John Taylor, January, 1985

H

Moyshe Leyb Halpern

Abie Curley, the War Hero, by Moishe Leyb Halpern, translated from Yiddish by Marvin S. Zuckerman, June, 1971

Moishe Leyb Halpern, Rebel Poet, V.J. Jerome, March, 1955

Hanuka/Khanike (see Holidays)

Louis Harap

Louis Harap, at 90, Retires, October, 1994

Health Care

Continuing the Struggle over Medicare, editorial, January-February 2004

The Global AIDS Pandemic and Jewish Responsibility, by Ruth Messinger, January-February, 2004

Towards Affordable Long-Term Care, by Seymour Kornblum, December, 1988

Hebrew

A Very Special Book (book review), by Annette Rubinstein, September, 1963

How a Dead Language Came to Life, by Stephen Roane, May, 1981

Holidays

About Succos, by Ruth Zalman, October, 1960

About the High Holidays, by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1973

Anatomy of a Hagada, by Bille Portnow, April, 1970

Bar Kochba, by Tevye Grol, translated by Max Rosenfeld, December, 1973

A Blighted Passover, by Sam Liptzin, translated from the Yiddish by Max Rosenfeld, April, 1961

Can a Secular Jew Observe the High Holidays? by Linda Gritz, September-October, 2003

Chanuka — the Real Story, by Yankl Stillman, December, 2000

Discussion of Our Hanuka Story, by Ruth Zalman, May, 1961

Drunk All Year — On Purim Sober, by I.L. Peretz, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1974

Enhancing Our Distinctions During Hanukkah, by Robert Siegel, November-December, 2003

Ersatz Judaism: A Rosh Hashona Sermon, by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg

For Passover, 1962, by Ruth Zalman, April, 1962

For Purim, 1963, by Billie Portnow, March, 1963

For Passover, 1961, by Ruth Zalman, April, 1961

From A Purim Shpil, by Khayim Sloves, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1989

The Goat in the Hagada, by Max Rosenfeld, April, 1990

Hanuka and Christmas in Public Schools? by Billie Portnow, December, 1962

Hanuka, “Consolation” Christmas? by Hershl Harris, December, 1963

Jewish Women, Passover, and Liberation, by Lillian Dimow, October, 1990

Journal Entry (Yom Kippur), by Aaron Kramer, December, 1991

Manger’s Purimshpiel, by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1982

At a Military Seder in Israel, by Ralph Posner, December, 1973

More on Hanuka-Christmas, by Mildred Simon and Max Rosenfeld, May, 1980

Much Ado about “Happy Hanuka,” by Robert M. Phillips, December, 1993

Passover and Easter, by Billie Portnow, April, 1971

Passover and Your Child, by Ruth Zalman, April, 1958

Passover from Antiquity to Tomorrow, by Hershl Harris (Hartman), March, 1964

Poorim? Peerim? Purim? Curses! by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1990

Purim as Protest and Dissent, by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1971

Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, by Ruth Zalman, September, 1958

A Seder Behind Bars, by Mara Joseph, July-August, 2000

Simhat Torah Ruminations, by Max Rosenfeld, October, 1973

Telling the Hanuka Story, by Ruth Zalman, December, 1960

To the Purim Shpiler, by Morris Rosenfeld, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1963

Two Poems from Israel, by Anat Nistar, January, 1980

When Peysakhi Was Nine Days Long, by Rabbi Aaron Shurin, translated by Yankl Stillman, March-April, 2005

A Women’s Hagada, by Elsie Levitan, March, 1980

Yom Kippur Notes, by Ruth Zalman, October, 1962

Holocaust and Resistance

Adam Czerniakow, Judenrat Chairman (book review), by Nora Levin, April, 1980

Ainsztein’s Compendium on Jewish Resistance (book review), by Robert Cherry, May, 1980

An Addition to Holocaust Writing (book review), by Norah Levin, March, 1971

American Jew Visits Dresden, by Teri Kanefield, December, 1990

A Nice, American Jewish Boy (Over 35) Meets a Concentration Camp Survivor, by Erwin J. Rosen, April, 1972

Art Out of Terezin, by Saul Lishinsky, April, 1970

Auschwitz Murderers on Trial, unsigned, April, 1964

Children’s Drawings and Poems: Terezin, 1942-44, April, 1961

The Children’s King (book review), by Estelle Tambak, May, 1990

Choreographing “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” Wendy Osserman, November, 1978

“Comrade Mordecai,” Emanuel Ringelblum, translated by Yuri Suhl, 1962

Days of Reckoning and Resistance, editorial, April, 1974

A Diary about the Diary of Anne Frank, by David Matis, March, 1960

The Death Factory at Ponary, by Rachel Fialkoff, April, 1972

Defining and Preventing Genocide, by Ronald Aronson, April, 1983

Diary of a Jewish Boy in Poland, by David Rubinowitz, April, 1960

Drowned Jews — After the War, by Earl Morgan, September, 1989

Emanuel Ringelbum, Historian and Hero, by Yankl Stillman, March, 1994

Falsifying the Jewish Resistance, Ber Mark, 1963

Fateful Encounter, by Alfred M. Neumann, January, 1992

The First Uprising Against Nazi Occupation, by Michael Mirski, April, 1973

Gays in Concentration Camps, Martin Land, April, 1982

Genocide and Gender, by Isak Arbus, December, 2000

Genocide: The Present Danger, by Stanley Faulkner, December, 1962

Ghetto Rising in Film (movie review), by L.H., May, 1950

“Guilt Becomes Extinct”, a poem by Walter Bauer, translated by Harry Zohn, April, 1971

The Heritage of Janusz Korczak, by Estelle Tambak, April, 1963

Hitler Presents a Town to the Jews, by Herbert G. Luft, December, 1960

The Holocaust and American Jewish Youth, Frederick A. Lazin, April, 1973

A Holocaust Candle in the Cathedral, by Pamela Torraco, January, 1995

The Holocaust in Drama, by Joel Shatzky, April, 1983

Holocaust: Healing and Victims, by Carol Jochnowitz, April, 1989

Holocaust: Learning through Doing, by Hershl Hartman, October, 1990

Holocaust Literature Examined (book review), by Selma Meyerowitz, April, 1990

Holocaust Memory through Sculpture: Louis Mitelberg, by Taisa Julia, January, 1994

Holocaust Reading for Young People (book review), by Jane Schofer, April, 1989

A Holocaust Survivor Visits Poland, Isak Arbus, 1983

Holocaust History Rewritten in Poland, by Nora Levin, March, 1972

How Denmark Rescued Its Jews (book review), by Norah Levin, November, 1970

How a French Town Saved Jews (book review), by Joseph Edelman, April, 1980

How Shall We Honor Them?, editorial, April, 1963

How the VIlna Ghetto Schools Were Established, by Mark Dworzecki, April, 1972

Freedom as I Understand It, by Robert Major, February, 1967

In the Ukraine, a Holocaust Memoir, by Andrew Kovacs, April, 1989

Interview with Marcel Ophuls, by Elliot L. Jurist, February, 1989

An Irish Poet Confronts the Shoah, by Shalom Goldman, March-April, 2005

Is This Responsible Scholarship, Dr. Hilberg? by Yuri Suhl, June 1964

Janusz Korczak, Martyred Educator, Harry Bloch, July-August, 1978

Japan and the Jews, by Selma Trauber, May, 1995

Jewish Partisans in the Woods, Chaver Paver, December, 1952

The Jewish Resistance in France, Mitchell Abidor, December, 1982

Jews, Tradition, and Resistance: A Discussion, February, 1962; Part Two, April, 1962 Part Five, July-August, 1962; Part Six, September, 1962

“Judgment at Nuremberg”: An Indictment, David Platt, 1962

Judenrat Selections vs. Resistance (book review), by S. David Kaplan, April, 1974

Kindertransport Reunion, by Olga Drucker, December, 1989

The Lambs Were Legend — The Wolves Were Real, Hersh Smoliar, April, 1959

The Legacy of Hannah Senesh (book review), by Isabel Pearlman, May, 1974

A Letter to My Friend Hans, by Ezri Zeif Etzmun, translated from the Yiddish by Rae Meltzer, January, 2000

The Little Doctor, a Resistance Hero, by Leonard Tushnet, July-August 1961

Lodz Ghetto Archive Reveals Nazi Bestiality, by Abraham Quaterko, June, 1964

The Meaning of the Anniversary Today, editorial, April, 1970

The Night of Nazism (book review), by Irene Paull, April, 1961

Nisei, Too, Liberated Dachau, by S. Don Shimazu, April, 1990

Nurturing Holocaust Studies in the Former Soviet Union, Interview with Ilya Altman, July-August, 2005

Our Government “Replies” to Charges, by Charles R. Allen, May, 1963

Out of Auschwitz, a Saved Poem, by Yuri Suhl, April, 1961

Plays of Horror, Theater of the Holocaust (book review), by Hershel Zohn, April, 1989

The Polish Poet as Witness, by Olga Cabral, April, 1983

Pseudo-Science in Buchenwald (book review), by Leonard Tushnet, December, 1962

A Quartet on Nazi Terror (book review), by Antoni Gronowicz, April, 1964

Reaching into the Past: A Memoir, by Peter A. Kupfer, March, 1992

Remembering Resistance Scholar Yuri Suhl (1908-1986), by Eric Brothers, November, 1990

Rescuing Jewish Children in Buchenwald, by John Ranz, January, 1993

Resistance in Sobibor, Gerald Sorin, September, 1984

Roza Robota, A Heroine of the Auschwitz Uprising, by Isak Arbus, December, 1991

The “Ten Commandments” Arrive in Auschwitz, by Yudel Korman, April, 1971

The Uprising in Sobibor, Thomas Blatt, 1978

Sendler’s List:The Valor of the Righteous Gentile, by Joe Steinberg, January, 1995

Shirer’s Anti-Nazi Best-Seller, by Charles R. Allen, Jr., September, 1961

Sixteen Times Larger than Auschwitz: Birkenau Today, by Marc Furstenberg, March-April, 2005

Slave Camp for Nazi Rocketry (book review), by Robert G. Colodny, April, 1982

Soviet Evacuations in World War II, by Michael Mirski, July, 1980

Soviet Jewish Partisans, Jack Nusan Porter, April, 1982

Stories by a Survivor of Auschwitz (book review), by Jack W. Weinman, April, 1960

Teaching about the Holocaust, by Bernard Schneider, April, 1980

“The Ten Commandments” Arrive in Auschwitz, Yudel Korman, April, 1971

They Never Heard Another Lullaby (book review), by Mira Stillman, January, 2000

Truth or Denial–Art or Rebellion?, by Saul Lishinsky, April, 1972

Two Memoirs on the Holocaust, by Alan Shapiro, May, 1995

Uncle Misha Fights Back (book review), by Tess Swerdlow, April, 1974

An Unsung Japanese Hero: Chiune Sugihara (1900-1986), by Leo H. Werner, December, 1995

Visiting the Charnel House (book review), by Simon Federman, April, 1974

Watching the Holocaust (book review), by John K. Roth, December, 2000

We Survive (Zog Nit Kayn Mol), by Hersh Glik, translated and set to music by Ruth Rubin, April, 1963

What 62 Survivors Said (book review), by Victor Treschan, April, 1980

What Happened at Jedwabne (book review), by Isak Arbus, November, 2001

When History Dies, by Paul Corriel, January, 1995

Where the Guilt Lies: Hecht’s “Perfidy” (book review), by Joseph King, July-August, 1962

Wladislaw Szlengel— the Poet of the Ghetto, by Emmanuel Ringelblum, April 1963

Yuri Suhl Answers “Congress Bi-Weekly”, by Yuri Suhl, September, 1963

Homosexuality — see Gay Liberation

Humor

Is It To Laugh? (book review), by Joseph Dorinson, March, 1990

Israeli Humorist (book review), by John Randolph, September, 1963

Rosten’s Fractured Humor, Sam Pevzner, January, 1960

Spectator Habits in Israel, by Raphael Rothstein, June, 1963

What’s Funny about Allan Sherman? by Louis Harap, March, 1963

I

I.F. Stone

I.F. Stone Admired and Question (book review), by George Jochnowitz, July-August, 1971

Immigration

Debut, by Sid Weinstein, January, 1994

Defending the Foreign Born (book review), by Joseph Forer, April, 1960

Democracy and the Deportation Laws, by Ira Gollobin, June, 1948

The East Side I Knew, Mike Gold, November, 1954

Jewish  Mass Immigration from Eastern Europe, 1881-1914, Morris U. Schappes, November, 1954

McCarran-Walter and Congress, Harriet Barron, February, 1955

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 1), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 2), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Racism in Our Immigration Laws, by Ira Gollobin, January, 1964

Soviet Jews and the Right to Emigrate, Editorial, February, 1971

The Thorny Path of Jewish Immigration to South Africa, by Jacob Mordechai Sherman, translated by Rae Meltzer, December, 2000

U.S. Inaction in Refugee Crisis (book review), by Robert E. Herzstein, July-August, 1970

In Memoriam

Elmer Bernstein, Marianne Hailey Chametzky, Harry Fleischman, Jack Newfield, Ray Alexander Simons, Murray Zuckoff, by Shaurain Farber, March-April, 2005

International

African Jewry Before Judgment Day, by L. Liebowitch, November, 1947

Bitter 1492: Year of Expulsion, by Jonathan Harris, February, 1992

Bitter Fruit of the Marshall Plan, editorial, May, 1948

A British Jew Looks at Cuba, by H. Newman, December, 1961

British Jewry is Passive (Letters from Abroad, by L. Zaidman, June, 1948

El Salvador in Crisis, editorial, April, 1982

Encounter in Beijing, by Jack Jacobs, February, 1995

From the Four Corners, May, 1948

From the Four Corners, June, 1948

From the Four Corners, by Louis Harap,  May, 1950

From the Four Corners, by Louis Harap, June, 1950

Genocide: The Present Danger, by Stanley Faulkner, December, 1962

The Global AIDS Pandemic and Jewish Responsibility, by Ruth Messinger, January-February, 2004

God, Drowning, editorial, March-April, 2005

Immigration to Birobidjan, (Letters from Abroad) by G. Zhits, November, 1947

The Jewish Traveler in Lisbon, by Ruth Brown, June, 1982

Jews Astir in Estonia, by Carol Jochnowitz, October, 1989

Jews Help to Rebuild Yugoslavia, (Letters from Abroad) by J.S., November, 1947

Jews in International Brigades (Readers’ Forum), by Alvah Bessie, Albert Prago, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1980

Jews in Latin America: Past and Present, by Paul Horowitz, September, 1981

The Jews of Salonika: In Memoriam, by John Taylor, January, 1985

Jews on Five Continents (book review), by Henry Goodman, October, 1973

Outlook for Mapam (Letters from Abroad), May, 1950

Visiting My Shtetl: A Memoir, by Joseph Rapoport, October, 1994

Malta: A Jewish Perspective, by Henry Srebrnik, December, 2001

Maps and Jewish History (book review), by George Jochnowitz, February, 1971

On the Road in Lithuania, by Carl Dimow, Julie Goell, and Nancy Hoffman, November, 2001

Palestine’s New Mood, (Letters from Abroad) by P.C.P., November, 1947

UN Resolution 242 — What It Says, What It Means, by Morris U. Schappes, December, 1973

World Youth Festival, a Personal Report, by Paul Shneyer, October, 1973

Yugoslavia and the Beast of Chauvinism, by Drs. Ana Marianovic-Shane and Paul G. Shane, September, 1992

Interviews

An Conversation with Daniel Libeskind, by Stephen Yablon, September-October, 2003

Letty Cottin Pogrebin: Jewish Identity, Feminism, Blacks, Palestinians, by Idit Klein and Judith Rosenbaum, January, 1993

Iraq

“Iraqi Pullout? Election in Kuwait? Prospects Worry Hawks” (NY Times, 10/8), editorial, November, 1990

Liar, Liar, Earth on Fire, editorial, March-April, 2005

Peace Now on the Iraqi Invasion, by Mordechai Bar-On, October, 1990

Rusty Links in Bevin’s Chain, by I. Rennap, May, 1948

“Too Far Too Fast in the Gulf” (NY Times, Nov. 11), editorial, December, 1990

Irving Howe

Irving Howe and Secular Jewishness, Gerald Sorin, May-April, 2005

Israel and Palestine

Accelerated Mideast Peace Process, editorial, September, 1992

Agonizing Questions, Attempted Answers, by Estelle Holt, March, 2002

American Jewish Opinion and the Israeli Left, by Shalom Goldman, May-June, 2002

American Jews and the New Mideast Partnership, by Balfour Brickner, July-August, 2005

American Jews and Oil Shortages, editorial, October, 1973

American Jews Criticizing Israeli Policies, editorial, June, 1990

Another Independence Day, editorial, April, 1963

Another Look at the Maps, by Bennett Muraskin, Robert Cherry, and Joseph Dimow, March, 2002

The Arab League, by L. Sedin, June, 1948

The Arab Refugee Question, by A.B. Magil, November, 1958

Ariel Sharon: Old Warrior, New Peacemaker?, by Ralph Seliger, July-August, 2005

Back to Geneva, editorial, March, 1974

The Balfour Declaration in Perspective, by Ben Joseph, December, 1963

The Balfour Declaration Revisited, by Harold Ticktin, May-June, 2004

Becoming Israeli, a Personal Essay, by Susan Susser, May-June, 2004

Biography of a Theater (Habima), by Sam Pevzner, April, 1958

The Black Panthers, Jews, and Israel, George Wald, Huey Newton et al, 1971

Bridging the Gap in Israel, by Shalom Goldman, July-August, 2000

Britain Provoked Disunity in Palestine, by Louis Harap, November, 1947

A Children’s Book from Israel (book review), by Ruth Zalman, May, 1960

Consummate Summitry — and the Mideast, Editorial, January, 1990

Conversations with Israelis, by Rachel Hirshkan-Miller, April, 1958

Critique of United Workers Party Platform, by Esther Valenska, June, 1948

Days of Reckoning and Resistance, editorial, April, 1974

Dole’s Meaty Message, editorial, March, 1990

The Fate of Palestine in the Balance, Editorial by Moses Miller, November, 1947

Fifty Years of Kibbutzim in Israel, by S. Eisenstadt, October, 1958

Final-Status Negotiations Now! by Marlene Nadle, July-August, 2005

First Impressions of Israel, by Sarah Kreimer and Lawrence Bush, May, 1982

The Geneva Initiative and the Jewish Peace Movement, by Ken Brociner, January-February, 2004

The Helsinki Summit — and Israel, editorial, October, 1990

Hirschmann Remembers (book review), by Simon W. Gerson, July-August, 1963

An Hour to Remember, by Leon Goldstein, May, 1950

How a Dead Language Came to Life, by Stephen Roane, May, 1981

How Israel Can Prosper, Victor Perlo, December, 1952

Inbal: Treasure out of Yemen, by Sara Levi-Tanai, March, 1958

Inheritance Law Is Proposed for Israel, by Justice E. David Gotein, September, 1958

In Israel while Scuds were Flying, by Betsy Kuller, February, 1992

Is Israel More Secure? (editorial), May-June, 2002

Israel and the American Jewish Community: A Controversial Address, by James P. Warburg, January, 1960

Israel and the Palestinians, editorial, September, 1982

Israel and the Palestinians, Roger S. Gottlieb, May, 1981

Israel and the State of Zionism, by Morris U. Schappes, October, 1960

Israel at 16, by Morris U. Schappes, April, 1964

Israel at the UN, editorial, October, 1963

Israel and Us (book review), by Moshe Kagan, December, 2001

Israel’s Insecurity (editorial), May, 1963

Israel’s Missed Opportunities, Mattityahu Peled, July-August, 1978

Israel in the Left-wing Press, by Tony Michels, April, 1989

Israel Rocked on All Fronts, editorial, May, 1974

Israel Scrutinized by Supporters, by Louis Harap, May, 1982

Israel, Second Anniversary, Editorial, 1950

Israel Three Years Later, Editorial, July-August, 1970

Israel: Triumph and Tension, by A.B. Magil, July-August, 1973

Israel’s Deepening Crisis, editorial, September, 1980

Israel’s Last, or Latest, War?, editorial, November, 1973

Israeli Election in Retrospect, by Gordon Fellman, February, 1989

Israeli General on Israeli Security, by William Shneyer, March, 1989

Israeli Humorist (book review), by John Randolph, September, 1963

Israeli Kibbutzim Discussed, Zev Aelony and Paul Novick, February, 1960

Israeli and Palestinian Seek Peace (two book reviews), by Lawrence Bush, May, 1980

Israeli and Palestinian Women: “No More!” by Janet F. Goller, April, 1990

Israeli Warnings Against Cold War, editorial, May, 1980

Israeli Workers (book review), by Victor Perlo, July-August, 1961

Jewish and Arab Workers – Divided or United?, by Gabriel Baer, November, 1947

Jews, the Left, and Israel, by Louis Harap, October, 1973

Jews Speak Out About Israel, editorial, May, 1982

From Gaza and the West Bank, by Amy Shire, January, 1995

Keep Focus on the Peace Process, editorial, December, 1994

Khrushchev in Cairo — and Israel, editorial, June, 1964

Kibbutzim in Israel, Paul Novick, September, 1959

The Knesset Salutes Yiddish, translated by Yankl Stillman, December, 1993

Lebanon, and Then, editorial, July-August, 2000

Literature of Young Israel, Samuel Eisenstadt, April, 1961

Long, Hot Summer for Israel?, editorial, July, 1980

A Look at the Maps, by Joe Dimow, December, 2001

Madrid: “After Years of Hatred, They Talk,” editorial, December, 1991

Making Friends with Israel, Part I and Part II, Lawrence Bush, March-April, and May-June, 2006

Maintaining the Peace Process, editorial, March, 1995

Michael Lerner’s Vision of Mideast Peace, by Gordon Fellman, May-June, 2004

Mickey Marcus, American Hero (book review), by W.S., April, 1963

The Middle East Crisis: A Discussion, Richard Yaffe, Morris E. Eson, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1970

Middle East Crisis Moves Into 1972, Editorial, February, 1972

The Middle East Crisis: Who is Responsible?, by Louis Harap, October, 1971

Middle Eastern History, by Ben Joseph, May, 1960

Middle East Maneuvers, editorial, July-August, 1971

Middle East Panel in Washington, Nov. 15, Sid Resnick, January, 1970

Middle East Stalemate, Editorial, November, 1971

Middle East Talks Resumed?, editorial, November, 1970

Mideast Peace and Palestinian Women, by Amy Shire, March 1994

Mideast Tragic Cycle, editorial, July, 1982

At a Military Seder in Israel, by Ralph Posner, December, 1973

Misha Khutzishvili Talks about Israel, by Vladimir Lazaris, translated from the Russian by Harry Mann, July-August, 1989

Motion Towards Middle East Peace, editorial, September, 1970

Negotiations at Last!, editorial, December, 1973

New Realities and the Peace Process, editorial, February, 1992

New York Protests: People’s Action on Palestine, by Moses Miller, May, 1948

Nixon, Dayan, and U.S. Middle East Policy, an editorial, January, 1969

Nobel Prize Boosts Ongoing Struggle, an editorial, January, 1995

One Small Step, by Maurice D. Harris, February, 1995

Original Sins Revisited (book review), by Ralph Seliger, November, 2001

Our Position on the Middle East, Tom Foley and Sid Resnick, January, 1970

Outlook for Mapam (Letters from Abroad), May, 1950

Painting in Israel, by Mitchell Fields, May 1960

Palestine’s New Mood, by P.C.P., November, 1947

The Path I Follow,  by Dr. Moshe Sneh, May, 1948

Peace and Israeli Elections, editorial, February, 1974

Peace Front in Israel, unsigned, May, 1950

Peace Now on the Iraqi Invasion, by Mordechai Bar-On, October, 1990

Peace Process Moves with New Year, editorial, October, 1994

Peace Process Needs Our Support, editorial, February, 1995

Peace Process, Step by Step, editorial, March, 1992

Peace Process Yields Another Accord, editorial, March, 1994

Peace through Reconciliation, by Jerome M. Segal, December, 1995

Persecuted Falashas Seek Entry to Israel, editorial, April, 1980

Perspectives on Arafat, Susan Susser, January-February, 2005

People’s Action on Palestine, various writers, May, 1948

Political Initiative by Israel?, editorial, March, 1970

Post-Election Peace Process and U.S. Jews, editorial, January, 1993

Rabin and Rabbis: Fighting Mad, by Ralph Seliger, December, 1995

Rabin/Arafat vs. “Enemies of Peace,” editorial, May, 1995

Readers’ Forum on Israel, by Meyer Rangell, Murray Smolar, Morris Swider, Morris U. Schappes, March, 1974

Readers’ Forum on the PLO, with Carl Bloice, July, 1980

Required Reading on Israel (book review), by Joseph Clark, June, 1950

The Road to Peace, editorial, April, 1989

The Road to Peace — II, editorial, May, 1989

Running a 1947 Palestine Blockade (book review), by Joe Doyle, May, 1995

Rusty Links in Bevin’s Chain, by I. Rennap, May, 1948

Security: Two People, Two States, by Ezra Goldstein, October, 1989

The Sephardim in Israel, by Elie Eliachar, January, 1972

The Seventh Anniversary of the Founding of Israel, Louis Harap, May, 1955

“Shir Shalom” — Reclaiming a Secular Jewish Anthem, by Leonard Lehrman, November-December, 2003

Six Months After the War, by Morris U. Schappes, December, 1967

Slowed Peace Process Needs Pushing (editorial), January, 1994

Spectator Habits in Israel, by Raphael Rothstein, June, 1963

The Stones of Jerusalem (poem), I.E. Ronch, May, 1978

The Strange Case of Yehiel Dinur: Ka-Tzetnik 135633, by Shalom Goldman, March, 2002

Terrorists at Lod, editorial, July, 1972

Thaw in the Middle East, editorial, April, 1971

Thoughts on Returning Home from the Occupied Territories, by Gene L. Bruskin, April, 1989

The Tragedy of Jeremy, a Hollow Young “Hero,” by Joseph Lipsky, November, 1961

To Our Friends Who Support the PLO: An Open Letter, Mort Stavis and Annette T. Rubinstein, March, 1980; Readers’ Forum on the PLO, with Carl Bloice, July, 1980

Truman and the Birth of Israel, by Nathan Prince and Fred Aronson, October, 1962

Two More on the Six Day War, by Louis Harap, December, 1967

Two States for Two Peoples, editorial, December, 2000

UN Resolution 242 — What It Says, What It Means, by Morris U. Schappes, December, 1973

Uneasy Lies the Head, editorial, June, 1980

U.S. Jews Back the Peace Process, editorial, December, 1993

U.S. Jews on the Peace Process, editorial, January, 1992

The Verdict on the Massacre, editorial, March, 1983

A Very Special Book (book review), by Annette Rubinstein, September, 1963

Visions of Isolation at Haifa Theatre, by Henry S. Glickman, May, 1980

Voices for Israel-Palestine Coexistance, by Lawrence Bush, January, 1980

War Flares in the Middle East, editorial, November, 1980

We Mourn — and Fight Back, editorial, December, 1995

Why More Arms to Jordan?, editorial, March, 1982

Who Threatens Israeli Independence?, by Moshe Sneh, June, 1950

Women and the Intifada, by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, May, 1989

Women Go for Peace, by Irena Klepfisz, May, 1990

Women in Israel and Palestine (book review), by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, July-August, 1990

The Women of the Wall, by Janet F. Goller, October, 1989

The Year the Peace Process Moved On (editorial), September, 1994

Yiddish in Israel Today, by Yankl Stillman, January, 2000

The Yom Kippur War: Survival with Justice, by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, December, 1973

Yossi Sarid: ”Peace Is Within Reach,” editorial, January, 1989

J

Japan/Japanese

Nisei, Too, Liberated Dachau, by S. Don Shimazu, April, 1990

An Unsung Japanese Hero: Chiune Sugihara (1900-1986), by Leo H. Werner, December, 1995

“Why Are You Marching?” Peace Activism in Japan, by Irene Paull, October, 1962

Yiddish in Japan, by Bernard Choseed, January, 1992

Jewish Currents

Another Rich Harvest (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, March, 1989

Difference, Yes; Separatism, No, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1970

Ethnic Pride, Yes!; Ethnic Chauvinism, No!, by Morris U. Schappes, March, 1971

‘Jewish Currents’ on the Scene Today, by Nathan Hurvitz, June, 1971

“Jewish Currents” Values in a Changing World, by Morris U Schappes, November, 1971

Jewish Values and “Jewish Currents”, by Sam Pevzner, October, 1971

The Problems with Being Rootless, by Rokhl Kafrissen, July-August, 2005

Sam Pevzner, Founding Editor, December, 1991

Stranger than Fiction, by Annette T. Rubinstein, September, 1992

Jewish Education (see Education)

Jewish Identity

A Bas Mitsve Speech, by Elana Friedman Shneyer, October, 1994

The American Jewish Scene, by Louis Harap, July-August, 1971

The American Jewish Scene (book review), by Sol Liptzin, November, 1989

American Jews Scan Their Culture, by Morris U. Schappes, November, 1958

Aspects of Survival, by Sanford Goldner, July-August, 1959

Being a Secular Jew, Elsie Levitan, February, 1978

Catching up With Kahane, by W.S., September, 1971

Continuity and Assimilation, editorial, May, 1995

Conversion in Secular Humanistic Judaism, by Rhea Seagull, December, 2000

Cultural Pluralism and Jews, by Horace M. Kallen, July-August 1970

The Curious Cabinet: A Bubbe Meisse, by Miriam Offenberg, January, 1995

Deutsch, by Carol Bergman, October, 1994

The Dialectic of Jewish Sex (book review), by Sheldon Ranz, December, 1995

The Dilemma of the Southern Jew (book review), by Maryann Dunitz Greenstone, November, 1973

Does Jewish Secularism Have a Future? — A Forum, Autumn, 2009

An Encounter with Satmar Hasidim, by Abraham Yudin, September, 1980

Ethnic Pride, Yes!; Ethnic Chauvinism, No!, by Morris U. Schappes, March, 1971

“Ethno-Therapy” and Jewish Self-Esteem, Alex Rosen, June, 1982

European and American Jewish Secularism, III, by William M. Glicksman, March, 1970

Feminist and Jewish, by Regina P. Krummel, January, 1985

Grandma’s Struggles, Our Strength, by Jonathan Boyarin, March, 1980

Hellenism and the Jews, by Jeff Zolitor, December, 2001

How Jewish History Took on Meaning, by Chaim Zhitlowsky, March, 1972

Intercultural Confusion, by Ruth Zalman, April, 1960

Is There a Future for Jewish Secularism, by Marc Lowenthal, January, 1976

Jesus Jewish? by Rachel Ellner, December, 1995

Jewish Cultural Problems, by Haim Sloves, November, 1963

Jewish Culture Program at World Fellowship Center, by Henia Lewin, February, 1995

“Jewish Currents” Values in a Changing World, by Morris U Schappes, November, 1971

That Jewish Defense League, a correspondence between Morris U. Schappes and Jack Nusan Porter, June, 1971

The Jewish Drug Scene in Great Neck, by Rachel Fialkoff, March, 1972

Jewish Liberalism a Sin? (book review), by Harold Ticktin, January, 1994

Jewish Liberalism Under Stress, editorial, September-October 2003

Jewish Secularism in the Year 2000, by Itche Goldberg, July-August 1971

Jewish Values in a Changing World, by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, September, 1971

Jewish Values and “Jewish Currents”, by Sam Pevzner, October, 1971

Jewish Values and Social Crisis: The Two Traditions, by Alfred J. Kutzik, Novmber, 1970

Jews in International Brigades (Readers’ Forum), by Alvah Bessie, Albert Prago, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1980

Letter to My Grandson: Stay with the Jewish People, by Harry Granick, February, 1974

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 1), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 2), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

More on Hanuka-Christmas, by Mildred Simon and Max Rosenfeld, May, 1980

Perpetuating Jewishness by Recruiting, by Joe Dimow, January, 1994

Raising a Jewish Child in an Intermarried Family, by Judy Petsonk, January, 1990

Readers’ Forum on “Ambivant Jews,” by Alfred Greenberg, Nathaniel S. Lehrman, Selma Greenberg, Michael M. Hirsch, December, 1989

A Secular View of Jewish Life, by Morris U. Schappes, June 1961

Southern Jews: People in Need of a History, by Arnold Shankman, December, 1973

Superficial Answers (book review), by Louis Harap, September, 1962

Superstitions Among Our Ancestors, by Yankl Stillman, July-August, 2005

The Symptom of Intermarriage, by Hershl Harris, February, 1964

A Teacha in the Hasidic Community (book review), by Miriam Jochnowitz Daluz, December, 2001

Tensions in Ten Cities, by Louis Harap, June, 1963

Thoughts on Jewish Family Life (book review), by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1960

Transmitting Our Values through Jewish Culture, by Elias Picheny, June, 1961; see also, “Mr. Picheny’s Conference Paper Discussed,” by Ruth Zalman, June, 1961

Varieties of Secular Jewish Experience: Reactions to an Unfinished Discussion, by Morris U. Schappes and Max Rosenfeld

Wanted: Jewish Children’s Books, by Hershl Harris, November, 1963

We Are All Ethnics, Report from an Interethnic Conference, by Beverly Taylor, December, 1988

What Jewish Mystique? (book review), by Nathan Hurvitz, November, 1970

What Makes Jewish Institutions Jewish? by Mitchell Silver, May-June, 2002

Who Is a Jew? by Mitchell Silver, January, 2002

World Jewish Student Conference, by Jay Bender, December, 1971

Yiddishkeit and Revolution, by Morris U. Schappes, September, 1981

Jews/Jewish Community/Jewish History

1913 Eye Witness Confirms Leo Frank’s Innocence, unsigned, May, 1982

American Jewish Committee as Red-Baiter, by Louis Harap, June, 1948

American Jewish Committee “Fights” Anti-Semitism, by Louis Harap, May, 1948

The American Jewish Scene, by Louis Harap, July-August, 1971

American Jews Scan Their Culture, by Morris U. Schappes, November, 1958

American Jews as World Citizens, by Ruth Messinger, July-August, 1999

Anti-Semitism in the FBI, by Jack Levine, January, 1963

Aspects of Survival, by Sanford Goldner, July-August, 1959

Bar Kochba, by Tevye Grol, translated by Max Rosenfeld, December, 1973

A Bas Mitsve Speech, by Elana Friedman Shneyer, October, 1994

BBW vs. BBI: A Modest Proposal, by Billie Portnow, March, 1990

Bitter 1492: Year of Expulsion, by Jonathan Harris, February, 1992

British Jewry is Passive (Letters from Abroad, by L. Zaidman, June, 1948

The Bund Revisited, by Louis Harap, Part I (February, 1974), Part II (March, 1974), Part III (April, 1974), Part IV (May, 1974)

Catching up With Kahane, by W.S., September, 1971

A Children’s Play About Medieval English Jews, by Ruth Zalman, January, 1963

Community Development: Reproducing the Jewish “Success Story,” by Lawrence Bush, October, 1998

Compensatory and Preferential Treatment in Education and Employment, by the American Jewish Committee, March, 1970

Dialogue With a Radical Jewish Student, by Jonathan Goldin and Morris U. Schappes, July-August, 1970

Digging to the Roots (book review), by Louis Harap, June, 1948

The Dubinsky Story, by Daniel L. Cohen, May, 1958

“Duking It Out” — New Jewish Agenda Versus Anti-Semitism and Racism, by Sheldon Ranz, January, 1992

Duluth “Kasrikevke,” by Irene Paull, October, 1958

The East Side I Knew, Mike Gold, November, 1954

Ecology in the Shtetl, by Sorell Skolnik, March, 1980

Eliyohu Bokher (1469-1549), by Yankl Stillman, January, 1994

An Encounter with Satmar Hasidim, by Abraham Yudin, September, 1980

Energy Policy and Jewish Interests, Jeffrey Dekro, June, 1982

Grandma’s Struggles, Our Strength, by Jonathan Boyarin, March, 1980

Harold Robbins for President, by Joseph Edelman, March, 1971

Hellenism and the Jews, by Jeff Zolitor, December, 2001

Herbert Lehman (1878-1963) (book review), by Simon W. Gerson, February, 1964

Highlighting Important Jewish Women, by Estelle Holt, November-December, 2003

The Holocaust and American Jewish Youth, Frederick A. Lazin, April, 1974

Horses, Cossacks, Jews-On Film, by David Platt, October, 1971

How I Joined an Anti-Draft Organization, by Israel Bailin, December, 1973

Is There a Future for Jewish Secularism, by Marc Lowenthal, January, 1976

A Jewish Agenda for the ’80s, by Itche Goldberg, September, 1980

Jewish Communal Funds for Secular Schools, by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1970

Jewish Cultural Problems, by Haim Sloves, November, 1963

“Jewish Currents” Values in a Changing World, by Morris U Schappes, November, 1971

The Jewish Drug Scene in Great Neck, by Rachel Fialkoff, March, 1972

A Jewish Girlhood in the Old West, by Sadie Myers, March, 1992

Jewish Social Agencies’ Lockout Broken, by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1963

Jewish Tales the World Over, by Zelda Yarmuk, December, 1989

Jewish Values in a Changing World, by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, September, 1971

Jewish Wedding in Tunisia, by Sophie C. Aksel, March, 1990

The Jews and American Slavery, Morris U. Schappes, May, 1954

Jews in International Brigades (Readers’ Forum), by Alvah Bessie, Albert Prago, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1980

The 1960 Elections and the “Jewish Vote,” Simon W. Gerson, October, 1960

Jews and the American Labor Movement, Morris U. Schappes, July, 1954

The Jews and the Civil War Centennial, Morris U. Schappes, 1962

The Jews and the Post-War Reaction after 1918, Morris U. Schappes, April, 1955

Jews Astir in Estonia, by Carol Jochnowitz, October, 1989

Jews in Latin America: Past and Present, by Paul Horowitz, September, 1981

The Jews of Salonika: In Memoriam, by John Taylor, January, 1985

Jewish Champs in American Sports, by Lester Rodney, June, 1958

Jewish Culture — A Weapon for Survival, Max Rosenfeld, April, 1959

Jewish Farmers of Petaluma, by Jacob M. Maze, March, 1958

Jewish Liberalism a Sin? (book review), by Harold Ticktin, January, 1994

Jewish Life in the United States — and the Role of the Morning Freiheit, Paul Novick, 1957

Jews and Prostitution, by Yankl Stillman, September-October, 2005

Jews Astir in Estonia, by Carol Jochnowitz, September, 1989

Jews in the International Brigades, Albert Prago, February, 1979

Jews in Quebec (book review), by Abraham J. Arnold, May, 1989

Jews in the Soviet Union (Correspondence from Moscow), Paul Novick, June, 1959

Jewish Women in U.S. History, by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1983

The Jewish Question and the Left, Old and New, Morris U. Schappes, 1970

The Jewish Resistance in France, Mitchell Abidor, December, 1982

Jewish Views of “Americanism,” Jo-Ann Mort, March, 1982

Joshua, Ha’Parua (the Slob), by Michael Book, February, 1995

Justice for Anne (Pollard): If Not Now, When? by Pauline Lyons, December, 1989

Leib Domb, Exile in His Own Country (book review), by Frank Cantor, October, 1971

The Life of Maimie (book review), by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1980

Making Service Fundamental to Jewish Life, by Ruth Messinger, September-October, 2003

Maps and Jewish History (book review), by George Jochnowitz, February, 1971

The Martyrdom of Hirsh Leckert, by Sholom Levine, translated by Robert King, May, 1948

Medieval Jewish History in a Polyanna Treatment (book review), by Ruth Zalman, February, 1962

The 1960 Elections and the “Jewish Vote,” by Simon W. Gerson, October, 1960

Old Age as Harvest Time (review of Number Our Days), by Kerry Olitzky, November, 1980

The Petaluma Story, by Irene Paull, May, 1961

The Phenomenal Shmuel Rozhansky, by Yankl Stillman, December, 1995

A Polish Jew in the French Revolution: Zalkind Hurwitz (1740-1812), translated by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1990

Promising Perspectives at the Tikkun Conference, by Sid Resnick, May-June, 2002

Raising a Jewish Child in an Intermarried Family, by Judy Petsonk, January, 1990

Red-Baiters, Incorporated, Letters by Benjamin Schultz and Howard Fast, May, 1948

Reparations to Jews by Lutherans?, by Glenn C. Stone, October, 1971

Reverie at Rhodes, by Beatrice Levin

Southern Jews: People in Need of a History, by Arnold Shankman, December, 1973

The Shtetl Without Sentimentality, by Max Rosenfeld, April, 1982

Shver tsu Zayn a Yid — Especially Among Jews, by Gerry Kane, May-June, 2002

Statement on the Jews in Poland, by secular Jewish leaders, January, 1969

The Symptom of Intermarriage, by Hershl Harris, February, 1964

Tensions in Ten Cities, by Louis Harap, June, 1963

The Thirties and the Jewish Masses, Morris U. Schappes, May, 1955

Thoughts on Jewish Family Life (book review), by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1960

Tikkun Conference on ‘Jewish Renewal’, by Sheldon Ranz, January, 1995

Tikkun Conference Stirs Jewish Intellectuals, by Elliott L. Jurist, March, 1989

Tsarist Russia’s First Yiddish Newspaper, by Yankl Stillman, November-December, 2003

Ultra-Right Forgeries Exposed (book review), by Harold Ticktin, April, 1971

Ukrainian Pogroms, 1919-1920, by Yankl Stillman, December, 1994

Visions of Isolation at Haifa Theatre, by Henry S. Glickman, May, 1980

Visiting My Shtetl: A Memoir, by Joseph Rapoport, October, 1994

W. E. B. Du Bois on the Jews, by W. E. B. Du Bois, February, 1972

A Welcome New History Text (book review), by Ruth Zalman, September, 1962

What to Teach about Our Past, by Hershl Harris, October, 1963

When History Dies, by Paul Corriel, January, 1995

Whither the Progressive Jewish Press? by Tony Michels, November, 1990

Who Are We?, by Julius Katz-Suchy, January, 1972

A Woman of Valor: Glueckel of Hameln, by Yankl Stillman, May, 1995

Yuri Suhl Answers “Congress Bi-Weekly”, by Yuri Suhl, September, 1963

Judaism (see also Holidays)

About Bar Mitzvah, by Ruth Zalman, May, 1958

Ancient Judaism (book review), by Stephen H. Fritchman, July-August, 1961

Another Jewish “Bible”? by Melech Ravitch, edited by Max Rosenfeld, November, 1973

Conference on Revitalizing American Jewry, by Martin E. Dann, January, 1972

Conversion in Secular Humanistic Judaism, by Rhea Seagull, December, 2000

The Dialectic of Jewish Sex (book review), by Sheldon Ranz, December, 1995

Ethical Wills, by Billie Portnow, January, 1985

Fathers and Sons, by M.J. Granite, April, 1974

The Goat in the Hagada, by Max Rosenfeld, April, 1990

The Heart-Stirring Sermon, by Abraham Reisin, February, 1972

Jewish Values and Social Crisis: The Two Traditions, by Alfred J. Kutzik, Novmber, 1970

Jewish Women, Passover, and Liberation, by Lillian Dimow, October, 1990

Journal Entry (Yom Kippur), by Aaron Kramer, December, 1991

Judaism as a Counterculture, Lawrence Bush, September-October, 2007

Legend of the Third Dove — and the Quest for Peace, by Stefan Zweig, June, 1963

Louis Ginzberg’s Modern Scholarship (book review), by Jay Schulman, December, 1971

Other Voices on Circumcision, by Carol Jochnowitz, December, 1988

Passover and Easter, by Billie Portnow, April, 1971

Poorim? Peerim? Purim? Curses! by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1990

Pop Stars and Pop Spirituality — It Goes Back to the 13th Century, by Lawrence Bush, March-April, 2005

Purim as Protest and Dissent, by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1971

Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, by Ruth Zalman, September, 1958

A Secular View of Bar Mitsve, by Hershl Harris, June, 1964

Superstitions Among Our Ancestors, by Yankl Stillman, July-August, 2005

The Tenacity of Jewish Liberalism, Lawrence Bush, December, 1982

Transmitting Our Values through Jewish Culture, by Elias Picheny, June, 1961

Women in Chains: Some Solutions, by Virginia Snitow, June, 1990

Carl Jung

Carl J. Jung’s Shadow, by Herman H. Weiner, September, 1989

K

Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka’s Jewish Question, Mitchell Abidor, 1983

Moishe Katz

Moishe Katz (1885-1960), by the editorial board, July-August, 1960

Kibbutzim

“The Children of the Dream” – A solution to Sophie Portnoy? (book review), by Howard Halpern, April, 1970

Fifty Years of Kibbutzim in Israel, by S. Eisenstadt, October, 1958

Israeli Kibbutzim Discussed, Zev Aelony and Paul Novick, February, 1960

Kibbutzim in Israel, Paul Novick, September, 1959

Kishinev Pogrom

The Kishinev Pogrom Revisited, Lawrence Bush, November, 1978

Henry Kissinger

Kissinger in Focus, Max Gordon, April, 1973

Janusz Korczak

The Heritage of Janusz Korczak, by Estelle Tambak, April, 1963

Janusz Korczak, Martyred Educator, Harry Bloch, July-August, 1978

Ku Klux Klan

The Ku Klux Klan — Yesterday and Today, Mort Stavis, 1983

L

Labor Movement

The Attitude of Jewish Labor to World War I, Morris U. Schappes, March, 1955

A Black Labor Leader Speaks, by Charles A. Hayes, July-August, 1970

The Bund Revisited, by Louis Harap, Part I (February, 1974), Part II (March, 1974), Part III (April, 1974), Part IV (May, 1974)

Chagall Takes a Union Test, I.E. Ronch, October, 1960

“Colored and Jewish Workers”, edited by Philip S. Foner, February, 1967

The Dubinsky Story, by Daniel L. Cohen, May, 1958

Early Life of the “Rebel Girl,” Elizabeth Gurly Flynn, September, 1955

First Job, First Date, First Strike, by Anne Safran, September, 1982

The Former N.Y. Teachers Union (Book Review), Rachel Levy, January, 1970

The Jewish Labor Committee and the Challenges Facing Labor, interview, March-April, 2005

Jewish Labor in the Nineties, by Morris U. Schappes, June, 1950

Jewish Social Agencies Lockout Broken, by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1963

Jews and the American Labor Movement, Morris U. Schappes, July, 1954

Clara Lemlich interview 1982

Clara Lemlich Shavelson, Fifty Years in Labor’s Front Line, Paula Scheier, November, 1954

The Heroic Period of Jewish Labor, 1909-1914, Morris U. Schappes, January, 1955

A Jewish Labor Leader Speaks, by Leon J. Davis, September, 1970

Jewish Social Agencies’ Lockout Broken, by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1963

Leon Davis: An Appreciation, by Moe Foner, January, 1992

The Little Breadwinner, by Rose Pastor Stokes (autobiography), June, 1958

Lockout in the UPA, by Samuel Cohen, June, 1950

Socialist Traditions of Jewish Labor, Morris U. Schappes, 1950

A Statement of the So-Called ‘RIght to Work’ Issue, by Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, September, 1958

The Thirties and the Jewish Masses, Morris U. Schappes, May, 1955

Three Jewish Labor Leaders, unsigned, December, 1995

Union-Busting in Jewish Agencies, by Samuel Cohen, May, 1950

Latin America

Jews in Latin America: Past and Present, by Paul Horowitz, September, 1981

Latvia

Visiting My Shtetl: A Memoir, by Joseph Rapoport, October, 1994

Emma Lazarus

Emma Lazarus and Jewish Secularism, by June Gordon, July-August, 1962

How We Celebrated Emma Lazarus’ 101st Birthday, by Esther Warshaw, July-August, 2000

H. Leivick

Foolish Children, by H. Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

Rest Your Head, by H. Leivick, translated by Ruth Rubin, March, 1963

Law, Lawyers

Maurice Sugar: Great Labor Lawyer (book review), by Mark H. Cousens, May, 1989

Two Lawyers for Justice (book review), by Moe L. Tandler, February, 1967

Violations of Soviet Law in Shcharansky Case, by George P. Fletcher, January, 1982

Liberalism

Against Jewish Liberalism: The Neo-Conservative View, by David Hacker, January, 1989

Brandeis and the Liberal Tradition, Howard N. Meyer, September, 1984

Right-Wing Intellectuals and the Jews, by Louis Harap, June, 1980

The Tenacity of Jewish Liberalism, Lawrence Bush, December, 1982

Literature

Abba Kovner’s Struggle for Life, by Marc J. Straus, November-December, 2003

America the Night Club (book review Alvah Bessie), by Joseph Dorinson, June, 1982

About Yiddish Literature (book review), by Henry Goodman, December, 1970

An American Tragedy, The Story of a Novel and Its Author, Henry Roth, by Ben Field, November, 1961

An Author in Search of Himself: Marcel Reich-Ranicki (book review), by Elaine Margolin, January, 2002

Another Look at Exodus, by Louis Harap, July-Augist, 1960

Autobiographies by Jewish Writers (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, September, 1971

Ben Field Begins a Trilogy (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, November, 1971

Bernard Malamud’s New Stories (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, November, 1973

“Best Jewish Book” Disappoints: Samuel Yellen (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, November, 1962

Both Warmth and Light: Edward Wallant (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, January, 1962

Chaver-Paver (1901-1964), by Yankl Stillman, May-June, 2002

The Dark World of Isaac Bashevis Singer, by Henry Goodman, November, 1962

The Dilemma of the Southern Jew (book review), by Maryann Dunitz Greenstone, November, 1973

Edna Ferber’s Autobiography, Jack W. Weinman, November, 1960

Eliezer Steinbarg (1880-1932), by Yankl Stillman, January, 2002

Eliyohu Bokher (1469-1549), by Yankl Stillman, January, 1994

Franz Kafka’s Jewish Question, Mitchell Abidor, 1983

“Friendship Is Not an Empty Delusion” — About “Peter Fabrizius,” by Harry Zohn, September, 1989

A Genuine Talent: Tillie Olsen (book review), by Ben Joseph, November, 1962

The Golem Legend (book review), by Henry Goodman, February 1972

Handbook on Hush-Hush (book review), by Louis Harap, May, 1950

Harold Robbins for President, by Joseph Edelman, March, 1971

Heine’s Prose Writings (book review), by Frederic Ewen, July-August, 1961

Henry Roth (Feb. 8,1906—Oct. 13,1995), by Joel Shatzky, December, 1995

Henry Roth Since “Call It Sleep,” by Louis Harap, January, 1990

Holocaust Literature Examined (book review), by Selma Meyerowitz, April, 1990

Howard Fast Short Story, Where Are Your Guns?, by Howard Fast, July, 1948

Is It Fascism Yet? Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America, by James Berger, March-April, 2005

Itche Goldberg at 100: An Interview, May-June, 2004

Jewish Books for Young People (book reviews), by Jane Schofer, November, 1990

Jewish Fiction (Cont.), by Roger B. Goodman, June, 1990

Jewish Fiction: English, Hebrew and Yiddish, by Roger B. Goodman, November, 1989

Jewish Fiction in English, German, Russian, and Hebrew, by Roger B. Goodman, December, 1990

Jews Without Money — Not Jews Without Love, Self-Hate Novels Contrasted with Mike Gold’s Classic, by Annette T. Rubinstein, November, 1960

Leonard Woolf, Socialist Writer, by Selma Meyerowitz, November, 1980

Leon Uris’ Exodus reviewed, November, 1959

The Life of Maimie (book review), by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1980

Lion Feuchtwanger at Home, by Rabbi Abraham Bick, November, 1958

Literature of Young Israel, Samuel Eisenstadt, April, 1961

Malamud’s A New Life (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, July-August, 1962

Meyer Levin’s Eva as Melodrama, by Frank Cantor, March, 1960

More on the Jewish Cowboy, by R.A. Robboy, September, 1992

Morris Rosenfeld, Yiddish Classic, Billie Portnow, November, 1960

My Father Peretz Markish, by Shimon Markish, July-August, 1986

New Jewish Books for Young Children, by Jane Schofer, November, 1989

New Look at Radicalism and Culture (book review, Alan Wald), by Paul Buhle, December, 1995

1905 Jews and Revolution, by Louis Harap, September, 1973

Not Sternly but Sadly (review about Bruce Jay Friedman), by Elsie Levitan, December, 1963

An Obscurantist Yiddish Novel (review about I.B. Singer), by Annette T. Rubinstein, May, 1961

One of Her Kind: Anzia Yezierska, by Sarah Schulman, October, 1989

One Survivor’s War with Memory: Toni Morrison’s “Beloved,” by Vera Schwarcz, December, 1988

“Oppen” Readings: Visiting with Joseph Opatoshu, by Judith Elton Dunn, November-December, 2003

Our Yiddish Literary Heritage, Itche Goldberg, November, 1960

Our Yiddish Poetic Heritage (book review), by Max Rosenfeld, June, 1990

Penina Moise, by Morris U. Schappes, September, 1980

Philip Roth’s Absolute Individualism, by Louis Harap, November, 1962

Portrait of an Outsider: James Joyce’s Jewish Ulysses, by Maryann Greenstone, July-August, 1970

A Real Jewish Novel (review of Norm Fruchter novel), by Elsie Levitan, June, 1964

Schappes’ History Back in Print (book review), by Neil Salzman, November, 1971

Sensitive But Unclear (book review), by Jack W. Weinman, February, 1967

The Shadow of Daniel Deronda (book review), by Ruth Zalman, November, 1962

Shakespeare Made Shylock a Jew (correspondence), January, 1963

Sholem Asch: A Symposium, by Sidney Finkelstein, Aaron Katz, and Ben Levine, January,1958

Short Stories with Insight and Vision (book review, Bella Goldworth), by David Lyon Hurwitz, July, 1972

Stories by a Survivor of Auschwitz (book review), by Jack W. Weinman, April, 1960

The Strange Case of Yehiel Dinur: Ka-Tzetnik 135633, by Shalom Goldman, March, 2002

Stranger than Fiction, by Annette T. Rubinstein, September, 1992

Three by Jewish Women (book review), by Roger B. Goodman, December, 1993

A Translator’s Fun and Frustration (Moishe Nadir’s Numerology), Max Rosenfeld, November, 1960

A True Little Story, by Arnold Zweig, January, 1969

Two Recommended Black Books (book review), by Elise C. Rollock, February, 1972

Two Sketches, Haver Paver, February, 1970

Two Talks with David Hofshtein, by H. Blushtein, June, 1960

Varied Fare (book review), by Roger Goodman, May-June, 2002

Ultra-Right Forgeries Exposed (book review), by Harold Ticktin, April, 1971

Wanted: Jewish Children’s Books, by Hershl Harris, November, 1963

Well Written but Not Significant (book review), by Annette T. Rubinstein, June, 1963

Where the Guilt Lies: Hecht’s “Perfidy” (book review), by Joseph King, July-August, 1962

Without a Name, a Story, by Dovid Bergelson, July-August, 1989

Working Class Novel (book review), by David Alman, May, 1950

Wouk and Golden — Best-Sellers, by Louis Harap, June, 1960

Yiddish Stories (I.B. Singer), by Jack W. Weinman, November, 1958

Young Moses, by Annette T. Rubinstein, July-August, 1958

The “Yunge” in Goodman & Levin’s Dairy Restaurant, by Reuben Iceland, translated by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1989

Israel Zangwill: A VItal Force, by Ben Field, November, 1958

Lithuania

The Death Factory at Ponary, by Rachel Fialkoff, April, 1972

On the Road in Lithuania, by Carl Dimow, Julie Goell, and Nancy Hoffman, November, 2001

M

Peretz Markish

My Father Peretz Markish, 1986

Marriage

Marriage: Mixed and Regular, by Milton Schwebel, January, 1992

Marxism (see also “Socialism”)

The Bund Revisited, by Louis Harap, Part I (February, 1974), Part II (March, 1974), Part III (April, 1974), Part IV (May, 1974)

From Old Left to New (book review), by A. B. Magil, June, 1990

The Jewish Question and the Left, Old and New, Morris U. Schappes, 1970

Karl Marx and the Jewish Question, by Louis Harap, July-August, 1959

Karl Marx’s Marxism, by Louis Harap, March, 1983

McCarthyism (see also “Rosenberg Case”)

An Act of Infamy, by Louis Harap, January, 1954

The AJ Congress Convention, by Jack Greenfield, January, 1954

Appeal Deportation Order Against June Gordon, unsigned, October, 1960

Blacklisted, He Fought Back (book review regarding Walter Bernstein), Deborah Elkin, October, 1998

Clifford Odets, the Tragic Dilemma, by Arthur Vogel, January 1964

Forty Years Later — But Not Too Late, Morris U. Schappes, April, 1982

The Harap Testimony, September, 1953

How the IWO — and Freedom — Were Dissolved (book review), by Ralph Shapiro, September, 1994

The Inquisition of Paul Novick, August, 1955

I Saw Jim Crow in Prison, Regina Frankfeld, May, 1955

I Was Subpoenaed to Atlanta, by Eugene Feldman, September, 1958

McCarthy and Anti-Semitism, Charles R. Allen and Art D’Lugoff, July, 1953

McCarthyism Rampant (book review), by Seth Kulick, December, 1990

Memorandum of the ADL, September, 1953

Open Letter to the Jewish People of the United States, Editorial, September, 1953

“Prince of Peace,” by Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, June, 1960

Red-Baiters, Inc., Letters by Benjamin Schultz and Howard Fast, May, 1948

The Resurgent Right, by Hannah Stein, January, 1962

Seventy-Five Rabbis Sign Appeal to Abolish the House UnAmerican Activities Committee, unsigned, April, 1962

Albert Memmi

The Hairshirt of Albert Memmi, A.B. Magil, May, 1978

Memoir

An American Soldier Remembers, by Stan Kaplan, May, 1995

A Day at the Opera, by Carol Bergman, March, 1994

Fateful Encounter, by Alfred M. Neumann, January, 1992

First Job, First Date, First Strike, by Anne Safran, September, 1982

Hirschmann Remembers (Ira Hirschmann), by Simon W. Gerson, July-August, 1963

Honeysuckle Dust, by Lucille Gang Shulklapper, July-August, 2000

In The Beginning There Was a Shortage of Herring, by Gerard Meister, July-August, 2000

Memoir and Call of a “Feigele,” by Herb Wasserman, September, 1992

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 1), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Memoirs: Mostly About a South Carolina Childhood (Part 2), by Mina Surasky Tropp, February, 1980

Memories of Tarnow, 1925, by Roseanne Axelrod, June, 1980

The Outsiders, by Eileen K. Newman, December, 2000

A Quartet on Nazi Terror (book review), by Antoni Gronowicz, April, 1964

Reaching into the Past: A Memoir, by Peter A. Kupfer, March, 1992

Return to Kronstadt: A Memoir, by William Shneyer, September, 1992

A Seder Behind Bars, by Mara Joseph, July-August, 2000

Seders and Other Short Subjects on Grand Street, by Judith Rocchio, March-April, 2005

Two Memoirs on the Holocaust, by Alan Shapiro, May, 1995

A Very Special Book (Chaim Raphael), by Annette T. Rubinstein, September, 1963

A Woman of Valor: Glueckel of Hameln, by Yankl Stillman, May, 1995

Felix Mendelssohn

The Incredible Felix Mendelssohn, Maurice Rauch, October, 1959

Mexican Americans

Brotherhood in Boyle Heights, Frances Lym, September, 1955

Military Budget

Ben Cohen, Costs of War, January-February, 2003

Kadia Molodowsky

Alone, by Kadia Molodowsky, March, 1995

Music and Musicians

American Jewish Chorus on Tour, by David Platt, December, 1961

Bringing It All Back Home: New Recordings of Jewish Music in Europe, by Adrienne Cooper, March, 1994

A Day at the Opera, by Carol Bergman, March, 1994

Debut, by Sid Weinstein, January, 1994

Ernest Bloch, Great Humanist Composer, by Sidney Finkelstein, February, 1960

From Jewish Folk Poetry, by Shostakovich, by Sidney Finkelstein, October, 1958

Growing Up with Yiddish Song, by Madeline Simon, March, 1980

The Heritage of Jewish Music (book review), by Irwin Heilner, March, 1974

Heroism in Jewish Folk Song, David Platt, 1962

A Jewish Jazz Funeral in New Orleans, by Alice Jacobs, February, 1989

The Jewish Melody in the Classics, by David Platt, March, 1971

Jewish Songs to Sing (songbook review), by Irwin Heilner, September, 1971

Leonard Bernstein, Creator, Survivor, by Eric A. Gordon, December, 1988

Like Clay, music by Pete Seeger, words by Moishe Nadir, translated by Aaron Kramer, March, 1994

Listen to Your Father’s Words . . . A Yiddish Folk Song, by Ruth Rubin, March, 1964

“Lulinke, My Little One,” by Teddi Schwartz

Mark Blitzstein Portrayed (book review), by Herbert Haufrecht, March, 1990

Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” Recorded (music review), by Irwin Heilner, March, 1970

The Opera “La Juive,” by David Platt, March, 1964

Our Song: Fiftieth Anniversary of the Jewish Music Alliance, by Maurice Rauch, March, 1964

The Prophets Speak Through Bloch’s Music, by David Platt, March, 1980

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, February, 1962

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1963

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1964

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1970

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March 1971

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1972

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March 1982

Recorded Jewish Music: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1990

Recorded Yiddish Folksongs: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1974

Rest Your Head, by H. Leivick, translated by Ruth Rubin, March, 1963

The Secular Influence on Sephardic Song, by David Platt, March, 1972

Sephardic Songs Recorded, by Sonya Schappes, March, 1972

“Shir Shalom” — Reclaiming a Secular Jewish Anthem, by Leonard Lehrman, November-December, 2003

Steve Reich’s Jewish Music, by Steven P. Horowitz, March, 1983

Take That, Jerry Falwell! Black-Jewish Celebrations of Freedom, by Adrienne Cooper, March-April, 2005

Their Songs Never Grow Old: The Jewish Music Alliance, by I.E. Ronch, February, 1960

Uncle Tom, Transylvania, and Arabic Pop, by Alicia Svigals and Adrienne Cooper, March, 1995

Tuscanini, Huberman, and the Jews: Founding of the Israel/Palestine Philharmonic, by David Platt, March, 1982

We Survive (Zog Nit Kayn Mol), by Hersh Glik, translated and set to music by Ruth Rubin, April, 1963

What’s New and Good in Eastern European Recorded Jewish Music, by Adrienne Cooper, March, 1992

Yiddish Folksongs Recorded by Ruth Rubin, by Irwin Heilner, March, 1971

Yiddish Song, Then and Now, by David Platt, March, 1974

“You’re One of Us Now, Johann Sebastian Bach,” by David Platt, November, 1989

N

Ralph Nader

Stop Ralph Nader! (He Can Show You How), Lawrence Bush, July-August, 2007

Moishe Nadir

Like Clay, music by Pete Seeger, words by Moishe Nadir, translated by Aaron Kramer, March, 1994

A Translator’s Fun and Frustration (Moishe Nadir’s Numerology), Max Rosenfeld, November, 1960

Nazism/Fascism

The Cry for Justice (editorial on Nazi war criminals), March, 1963

East German Court Tries Globke in Absentia (unsigned), September, 1963

Fatherland of the Swastika, by Sam Pevzner, March, 1960

Heusinger’s Nazi Record, Charles R. Allen, Jr., April, 1961

The Hitler Boom and Fascism, by Charles R. Allen, January, 1976

Hitler Presents a Town to the Jews, by Herbert G. Luft, December, 1960

Hubertus Strughold, Nazi in USA, Charles R. Allen, Jr., 1974

Hungarian Nazi Refugees Spread Anti-Semitism, by M.M., June, 1960

Mr. Lewis and the Facts, by John Peet, June, 1963

My Memoirs As A G.I. Guard in the Nurnberg Prison, by Nathan Hilu, April, 1970

Nazi Comeback in Western Germany, excerpts from a World Jewish Congress report, June, 1950

Nazis Have Already Returned to Bonn, by Nathan Straus, July-August, 1959

Nazis Murder Jew in Virginia; Nazis Bomb London Synagogue, unsigned, October, 1962

Nazi War Criminals Living Among Us, by Charles R. Allen, January, 1963; Part 3, March, 1963

New York Said NO to Rockwell, by Sam Pevzner, September, 1960

The Night of Nazism (book review), by Irene Paull, April, 1961

No Home for Swastikas in East Germany, by Sam Pevzner, July-August, 1960

Nuremberg Trials—Soviet Views, by Norton Wheeler, September, 1981

Old Nazis in East Germany, Too? by John Peet, July-August, 1962

The Old Nazis in West Germany, by Simon Federman, January, 1963

Open Letter to the World Jewish Congress, unsigned, April, 1960

Our Government “Replies” to Charges, by Charles R. Allen, May, 1963

Rockwell Convicted in Washington, unsigned, October, 1960

Shirer’s Anti-Nazi Best-Seller, by Charles R. Allen, Jr., September, 1961

Skinheads on My Doorstep Recall Nazis at Anzio, by Bernard Burton, May, 1989

Speer Lacquers Nazi Guilt (book review), by Max Gordon, April, 1971

Swastikas in Connecticut and a Rabbi’s Call (unsigned), December, 1993

The “Ten Commandments” Arrive in Auschwitz, by Yudel Korman, April, 1971

That Man Heusinger, by Sam Pevzner, February, 1964

The Trial (Eichmann), poem by Aaron Kurtz

What About Nazis in East Germany? by John Peet, July-August, 1961

Where to Deport War Criminals from the USA, by Charles R. Allen, Jr., September, 1982

Why No Action on Resurgent Neo-Nazism?, by Eric Mauer, February, 1967

World Fascism Surveyed (book review), by Morris Kominsky, June, 1970

New Jewish Agenda

“Duking It Out” — New Jewish Agenda Versus Anti-Semitism and Racism, by Sheldon Ranz, January, 1992

New Jewish Agenda’s Diversity, Max Rosenfeld, September, 1982

New Left

The Jewish Question and the Left, Old and New, Morris U. Schappes, 1970

New York

Brushfire of the Vanities (book review: Jim Sleeper), by Cheryl Greenberg, February, 1992

Increasing the Peace, by David N. Dinkins, February, 1992

New York Said NO to Rockwell, by Sam Pevzner, September, 1960

Outward Bound from Jewish East New York, by Irv Saposnik, February, 1992

The School Parochiaid Controversy, Editorial, March, 1972

Sex in the City — on Fifth Avenue, No Less, by Pamela Vassil, November-December, 2003

Sholem Aleichem in New York, by N.B. Linder, November, 1958

New York Times

Sometimes It Takes An Outsider . . . (book review, Max Frankel), by Saul Schwartz, January, 2000

Richard Nixon

Cambodia, Kent State, Augusta, editorial, June, 1970

Song My Isolated, Mr. Nixon, Editorial, January, 1970

Nixon, Dayan, and U.S. Middle East Policy, an editorial, January, 1969

Resistance at the Polls, editorial, December, 1970

Paul Novick

Paul Novick: In Sorrow and Pride, by Morris U. Schappes, November, 1989

Paul Novick: Marking the Centennial of His Birth, Sept. 7, 1891, unsigned, January, 1992

Presenting the M.S. Arnoni Award, by Tera Arnoni

Accepting the M.S. Arnoni Award, by Paul Novick, October, 1989

Nuclear Energy

Atom: The Modern Golem, by Rabbi Moses Rosen, May, 1982

Energy Policy and Jewish Interests, Jeffrey Dekro, June, 1982

Sukkos at Seabrook, by Karen L. Zweig, January, 1982

Nuclear Weapons

Scientists Warn, Peace or Death, Albert Einstein and Others, August, 1955

“Why Are You Marching?” Peace Activism in Japan, by Irene Paull, October, 1962

P

Palestinians

Israel and the Palestinians, Roger S. Gottlieb, May, 1981

Israeli and Palestinian Seek Peace (two book reviews), by Lawrence Bush, May, 1980

Israeli and Palestinian Women: “No More!” by Janet F. Goller, April, 1990

Jewish and Arab Workers – Divided or United?, by Gabriel Baer, November, 1947

Madrid: “After Years of Hatred, They Talk,” editorial, December, 1991

Mideast Peace and Palestinian Women, by Amy Shire, March 1994

To Our Friends Who Support the PLO: An Open Letter, Mort Stavis and Annette T. Rubinstein, March, 1980

Palestine Guerrillas in Eclipse, by Richard Morrock, July-August, 1971

Perspectives on Arafat, Susan Susser, January-February, 2005

Uneasy Lies the Head, editorial, June, 1980

The Verdict on the Massacre, editorial, March, 1983

Voices for Israel-Palestine Coexistance, by Lawrence Bush, January, 1980

Grace Paley

Grace Paley interview, March, 1998

Partisans

“Comrade Mordecai,” Emanuel Ringelblum, translated by Yuri Suhl, 1962

Falsifying the Jewish Resistance, Ber Mark, 1963

The First Uprising Against Nazi Occupation, by Michael Mirski, April, 1973

Jewish Partisans in the Woods, Chaver Paver, December, 1952

The Jewish Resistance in France, Mitchell Abidor, December, 1982

The Lambs Were Legend — The Wolves Were Real, Hersh Smoliar, April, 1959

Resistance in Sobibor, Gerald Sorin, September, 1984

Roza Robota, A Heroine of the Auschwitz Uprising, by Isak Arbus, December, 1991

The Uprising in Sobibor, Thomas Blatt, 1978

Soviet Jewish Partisans, Jack Nusan Porter, April, 1982

Passover (see Holidays)

I.L. Peretz

Berel the Tailor, I.L. Peretz, September, 1955

Drunk All Year — On Purim Sober, by I.L. Peretz, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1974

A Life of Peretz for Young People (book review), by Ruth Zalman, January, 1960

Peretz Receives Visitors from “Eretz Yisroel,” 1908, by Jehiel Isaiah Trunk, introduced by Max Rosenfeld, May, 1908

The Tale of Two Brothers, by I.L. Peretz, translated by Ruth Rubin, November, 1960

The World to Come, a Skit by Y.L. Peretz, translated by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1980

Poets and Poetry

Abba Kovner’s Struggle for Life, by Marc J. Straus, November-December, 2003

Abie Curley, the War Hero, by Moishe Leyb Halpern, translated from Yiddish by Marvin S. Zuckerman, June, 1971

About My Poem, “Babi Yar,” by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, October, 1963

Cradle Song of a Jewish Mother in Poland, by Meyer-Zimmel Tkatch, translated by Aaron Kramer, December, 1994

Enid Dame Evokes the Shekhina (book review), by Phillis Gershator, January-February, 2004

Enid Dame’s New York (book review), by Regina P. Krummel, June, 1982

Exile, by Morris Rosenfeld, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

The Father’s Pain, by Sholem Shtern, translated by Henry Goodman, October, 1963

A Flower for Isaac (Plotner): About a Yiddish Poet and Soviet Jewish Culture, by Hersh Smoliar, July, 1972

Foolish Children, by H. Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

Freedom as I Understand It, by Robert Major, February, 1967

A Freilichs (An Ode to Courage), by H.N. Bialik, translated from the Yiddish by Lila B. Hassid

Guilt Becomes Extinct, a poem by Walter Bauer, translated by Harry Zohn, April, 1971

How Odd! by David Bittner, December, 2000

I Am a Jew, a poem by Itzik Feffer, translated by Martin Birnbaum, July, 1980

Images in Broken Glass (book review, Emily Borenstein), by Maggie Jaffe, June 1982

In the Children’s Home, by Avrom Zak, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

In Yalta, by I.E. Ronch, translated by Harold Aspiz, July, 1982

An Irish Poet Confronts the Shoah, by Shalom Goldman, March-April, 2005

Isaac Raboy’s Jewish Cowboy (book review), by Hershl Hartman, January, 1992

Jews, Do Not Despair! by Halper Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, April, 1963

Kaddish, by Aaron Kurtz, translated by Olga Cabral and Mona Bender, May, 1974

Mark Chagall, a poem by Aaron Kurtz, July-August, 1958

A Memorial to Osip Mandelstam (book review), by Elsie Levitan, July, 1972

Mendele Mocher Sforim’s Wagon, by Abraham Reisin, translated by Max Rosenfeld, November, 1961

Morris Rosenfeld — People’s Poet, by Eli Katz, November, 1973

Moishe Leyb Halpern, Rebel Poet, V.J. Jerome, March, 1955s

Muriel Rukeyser — Personal Recollections, by Aaron Kramer, December, 1993

New and Old Yiddish Songs, by Joseph Bovshover, Peretz Markish, translated from the Yiddish by Aaron Kramer, December, 1995

On Siberian Roads, by H. Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, December, 1963

Our Yiddish Roots (book review), by Leah Zazuyer, April, 1989

Out of Auschwitz, a Saved Poem, by Yuri Suhl, April, 1961

Poems of Edith Segal (book review), by Bernice Selden, February, 1970

The Polish Poet as Witness, by Olga Cabral, April, 1983

Rest Your Head, by H. Leivick, translated by Ruth Rubin, March, 1963

Shmuel Halkin (1897-1960), obituary, November, 1960

Shadows of the Warsaw Ghetto, a poem by Itzik Feffer, translated by Elaine Holtz, July-August, 1970

Song, by Martin Birnbaum, translated by Aaron Kramer, October, 1994

Songs of the Sea, a poem by Yehuda Halevy, July-August, 1963

Song of the Wedding Bard, by Kalman Segal,translated by Martin Birnbaum, March, 1970

The Tailor, by S. An-ski, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

The Tale of Two Brothers, by I.L. Peretz, translated by Ruth Rubin, November, 1960

Three Daughters, After the Yiddish of Mordecai Gebirtig, by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1961

Three Poems, by Itzik Feffer, translated by Tania Klein, July, 1972

Three Poems by Menachem Stern, translated by Barnett Zumoff, July-August, 2005

The Trial (Eichmann), poem by Aaron Kurtz

Two Poems by Rokhl Korn, translated by Barnett Zumoff, March-April, 2005

Two Poems by Ricudah Potash, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

Two Poems by Dora Teitelboim, translated by Aaron Kramer, December, 1994

Two Poems by Malka Heifetz Tussman, translated by Marcia Falk, January-February, 2004

Two Poems from Israel, by Anat Nistar, January, 1980

Two Poems for V-E Day, by Sarah Fell-Yellin, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

Two Talks with David Hofshtein, by H. Blushtein, June, 1960

We Survive (Zog Nit Kayn Mol), by Hersh Glik, translated and set to music by Ruth Rubin, April, 1963

Wladislaw Szlengel— the Poet of the Ghetto, by Emmanuel Ringelblum, April 1963

Yiddish, by Avrom Sutzkever, translated from the Yiddish by David Berger, December, 1993

Poland

Ainsztein’s Compendium on Jewish Resistance (book review), by Robert Cherry, May, 1980

An Addition to Holocaust Writing (book review), by Norah Levin, March, 1971

Babi Yar, by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, translated by Ber Green and Morris U. Schappes, December, 1961

Cradle Song of a Jewish Mother in Poland, by Meyer-Zimmel Tkatch, translated by Aaron Kramer, December, 1994

Diary of a Jewish Boy in Poland, by David Rubinowitz, April, 1960

Ghetto Rising in Film (movie review), by L.H., May, 1950

Holocaust History Rewritten in Poland, by Nora Levin, March, 1972

Horses, Cossacks, Jews-On Film, by David Platt, October, 1971

How the Job Was Done in Poland; Anti-Socialists Dismantle the Jewish Community, Yudel Korman, February, 1970

Inside Perlman’s Poland, by Ted Tinsley, June, 1950

I Visit Piotrkow, Birthplace of Ernestine Rose, by Yuri Suhl, September, 1960

Jewish Life in Poland Today, by E. Reiber, April, 1964

Journey to Poland (book review), by Henry Goodman, October, 1963

Leib Domb, Exile in His Own Country (book review), by Frank Cantor, October, 1971

Memories of a Childhood in Poland, by Dorothy Rogin Kraus, September, 1994

Memories of Tarnow, 1925, by Roseanne Axelrod, June, 1980

New Political Theory in Poland (book review), by Lawrence Schofer, December, 1991

Open Letter to the World Jewish Congress, unsigned, April, 1960

A Polish Jew in the French Revolution: Zalkind Hurwitz (1740-1812), translated by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1990

The Polish Poet as Witness, by Olga Cabral, April, 1983

Reflections on Self-Determination by an Exile from Poland, Julius Katz-Suchy, April, 1973

Seeking the Jewish Past in Poland, by Zbigniew Bartosiewicz, March, 1994

Sixteen Times Larger than Auschwitz: Birkenau Today, by Marc Furstenberg, March-April, 2005

Statement on the Jews in Poland, by secular Jewish leaders, January, 1969

“The Ten Commandments” Arrive in Auschwitz, Yudel Korman, April, 1971

29 Years – The Memory is Still Fresh, Editorial, April, 1972

What Has Changed in Poland?, by Julius Katz-Suchy, April, 1971

Who Are We?, by Julius Katz-Suchy, January, 1972

Wladislaw Szlengel— the Poet of the Ghetto, by Emmanuel Ringelblum, April 1963

Wrecking the Polish Jewish Community, Yudel Korman, January, 1970

Pollard Spy Case

A Jewish Spy Story (book review), by Harold Ticktin, February, 1990

Justice for Anne (Pollard): If Not Now, When? by Pauline Lyons, December, 1989

Prison

The Atrocity at Attica, Editorial, October, 1971

I Saw Jim Crow in Prison, Regina Frankfeld, May, 1955

Morris U. Schappes’ Prison Memoir, 1982

My Memoirs As A G.I. Guard in the Nurnberg Prison, by Nathan Hilu, April, 1970

Psychology

Carl J. Jung’s Shadow, by Herman H. Weiner, September, 1989

“Ethno-Therapy” and Jewish Self-Esteem, Alex Rosen, June, 1982

Fallacies in the IQ Controversy (book review), by Karen Sacks, February, 1980

Psychoanalysis and Anti-Semitism, by Dr. Walter S. Neff, June, 1948

Resisting Authority: A Personal Account of the Milgram Obedience Experiment, by Joseph Dimow, January-February, 2004.

Studies of Adolescence, by Harry N. Dubin, January, 1969

Purim (see Holidays)

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Yitzhak Rabin

Rabin and Rabbis: Fighting Mad, by Ralph Seliger, December, 1995

We Mourn — and Fight Back, editorial, December, 1995

Racism

Affirmative Action Again, Editorial, February, 1980

American Imperialism and White Chauvinism, Herbert Aptheker, July, 1950

The Atrocity at Attica, Editorial, October, 1971

A White Face in a Black College, by Joshua Fried, April, 1971

The Battle of Parkchester, Elihu S. Hicks, July, 1953

The Bell Curve — Old Wine in a New Bottle, by Lawrence Plotkin, May, 1995

Brushfire of the Vanities (book review: Jim Sleeper), by Cheryl Greenberg, February, 1992

Can We Outlaw Hate Literature?, Victor Rabinowitz, February, 1959

Civil War Centennial — Celebration or Desecration? Morris U. Schappes, January, 1961

Fighting Jim Crow in Cleveland, A. Strauss, October, 1953

Fighting Racism, 1989, editorial, February, 1989

Handbook on Hush-Hush (book review), by Louis Harap, May, 1950

In Defense of Angela Davis, by Albert Maltz, March, 1972

I Saw Jim Crow in Prison, Regina Frankfeld, May, 1955

Mandela, Jews, the Continuing Struggle, editorial, April, 1990

The Menace of White Chauvinism, Carl Vedro, June, 1950

The New “Rassenscience,” Karen Sacks, February, 1978

None So Blind, by Rena Garter Kunis, March, 1994

No Room for Race Prejudice, edited by Philip S. Foner, February, 1980

Pilgrimage to Atlanta (Rosa Lee Ingrams Case), Jennie Truchman, February, 1954

Privileges for Whites or Equality for Negroes?, editorial, December, 1963

Property Values Are Not Undermined by Negroes, unsigned, April, 1960

The Purblind: How to Avoid Offensive Terms about Minority Groups, by F. L. Marcuse, December, 1960

Race Discrimination in Housing (book review), by Babette Jones, February, 1962

Race Does Matter (book review/Cornell West), by Joel Shatzky, December, 1993

Racist Backlash Punishes Powell, Editorial, February, 1967

Radical Intellectuals and Trade Unionism, by Morris U Schappes, September, 1971

Raucous Racism in Bensonhurst, editorial, October, 1989

Showdown on School Jim Crow, Elihu S. Hicks, February, 1954

Skinheads on My Doorstep Recall Nazis at Anzio, by Bernard Burton, May, 1989

Two Recommended Black Books (book review), by Elise C. Rollock, February, 1972

Michael Ratner

War Criminals in the White House? Interview with Michael Ratner, September-October, 2007

Abraham Reisin

Abraham Reisen (1872-1953), Master of the Yiddish Story and Poet of the People, by Henry Goodman, November, 1963

Mendele Mocher Sforim’s Wagon, by Abraham Reisin, translated by Max Rosenfeld, November, 1961

My First Celebrity, by Sol Eldman, December, 2001

The Painter, by Abraham Reisin, translated by Louis Weiss, December, 1994

Revolution

Yiddishkeit and Revolution, by Morris U. Schappes, September, 1981

Paul Robeson

Bonds of Brotherhood, Paul Robeson, November, 1954

Discovering Paul Robeson (book review), by Lyber Katz, March, 2002

My Father, Paul Robeson, by Paul Robeson Jr., February, 1971

Paul Robeson from the Outside (book review), by Joel Shatzky, April, 1990

Paul Robeson’s Legacy — On My Father’s Centennial, Paul Robeson, Jr., April, 1998

Paul Robeson, Jr. Refutes Misrepresentation, by Paul Robeson, Jr., April, 1983

Protecting Paul Robeson at Peekskill, Arthur J. Ost, 1998

Robeson, Jr. Attacked for Selecting Duberman as Biographer, unsigned, July, 1982

Ernestine L. Rose

The Career of Ernestine L. Rose, Jean Karsavina, June, 1959

Ernestine Louise Rose (1810-1892), Bennett Muraskin, September, 1998

I Visit Piotrkow, Birthplace of Ernestine Rose, by Yuri Suhl, September, 1960

Rosenberg Case

Analysis of the Sobell Case, by Stephen S. Love, January, 1954

The Anatomy of the Prosecutor’s Office, by Helen Sobell, June, 1964

Campaigning for Morton Sobell, by Annette T. Rubinstein, June, 1958

The Case of Morton Sobell, by Rabbi Philip Horowitz, June, 1961

The Legacy of the Rosenbergs, with letters by Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, 1953

A Letter to the White House (Morton Sobell), by Aaron Katz, June, 1959

Louis Nizer for the Prosecution (book review), by Emily Alman, July-August, 1973

Rosenberg Case 30 Years Later, by Aaron Katz, June, 1980

The Rosenberg Case Again, by Harold Ticktin, June, 1971

The Rosenberg Case Reviewed, Aaron Katz, 1983

The Rosenberg-Sobell Case: Then and Now, by Aaron Katz, June, 1982

The Truth About the Rosenbergs’ Case, by William Reuben, November, 1951

The Unfinished Business (editorial), June, 1963

Was the Sobell Sentence Fair? Fred E. Daniels, October, 1953

“What Did They Do To Them?” Interview with Julius Rosenberg’s Mother Sophie, Alice Citron, October, 1953

What Was the Rosenbergs Crime? William Reuben, December, 1951

White House Urged: Free Morton Sobell, by the Committee to Free Morton Sobell, June, 1960

Morris Rosenfeld

Exile, by Morris Rosenfeld, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

Morris Rosenfeld, Yiddish Classic, Billie Portnow, November, 1960

Poems of Morris Rosenfeld, tr. Aaron Kramer, June, 1950

To the Purim Shpiler, by Morris Rosenfeld, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1963

Russia (see also Soviet Jews)

Afghanistan and Cold War, editorial, March, 1980

Ecology in the Shtetl, by Sorell Skolnik, March, 1980

The Martyrdom of Hirsch Leckert, by Sholom Levine, May, 1948

Tsarist Russia’s First Yiddish Newspaper, by Yankl Stillman, November-December, 2003

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Morris U. Schappes

See complete issues at the bottom of this archive for “The Editor’s Diary,” covering a wide range of subjects in nearly every issue of the magazine.

Forty Years Later — But Not Too Late, April, 1982

The Martyred Soviet Yiddish Writers, by Morris U. Schappes, May, 1980

Morris U. Schappes’ Prison Memoir, 1982

Personal and Political, September, 1982

Schappes’ Challenge to Farrakhan, March, 1994

Schappes’ New Illustrated History, by Edwin Wolf, October, 1958

Schappes on Morris Raphael Cohen, interview by Max Rosenfeld, July, 1980

From the Schappes Testimonial Dinner, by George Wald, Jacob J. Weinstein, Jacob R. Marcus, Richard B. Morris, Yudel Korman, Hersh Smoliar, July, 1972

Varieties of Secular Jewish Experience: Reactions to an Unfinished Discussion, by Morris U. Schappes and Max Rosenfeld

Science

Genetics, Race, and Socially Responsible Science, by Alan McGowan, November-December, 2003

Fallacies in the IQ Controversy (book review), by Karen Sacks, February, 1980

Scientists Warn, Peace or Death, Albert Einstein and Others, August, 1955

Secularism

A Bas Mitsve Speech, by Elana Friedman Shneyer, October, 1994

A Conference of Progressive Shules, by Florence Gold, September, 1971

Another Jewish “Bible”? by Melech Ravitch, edited by Max Rosenfeld, November, 1973

Being a Secular Jew, Elsie Levitan, February, 1978

Can a Secular Jew Observe the High Holidays? by Linda Gritz, September-October, 2003

CSJO Conference: A Report, by Larry Schofer and Jack Rosenfeld, September, 1994

Coordinating Jewish Secular Schools, by Elias Picheny, June, 1970

Conversion in Secular Humanistic Judaism, by Rhea Seagull, December, 2000

Does Jewish Secularism Have a Future? — A Forum, Autumn, 2009

Emma Lazarus and Jewish Secularism, by June Gordon, July-August, 1962

European and American Jewish Secularism, III, by William M. Glicksman, March, 1970

Heroism in Jewish Folk Song, David Platt, 1962

How Jewish History Took on Meaning, by Chaim Zhitlowsky, March, 1972

Is There a Future for Jewish Secularism, by Marc Lowenthal, January, 1976

A Jewish Agenda for the ’80s, by Itche Goldberg, September, 1980

Jewish Communal Funds for Secular Schools, by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1970

Jewish Culture — A Weapon for Survival, Max Rosenfeld, April, 1959

Journal Entry (Yom Kippur), by Aaron Kramer, December, 1991

Jewish Schools for Our Children, by Ruth Zalman, September,1960

Jewish Secularism in the Year 2000, by Itche Goldberg, July-August 1971

Kinderland and Secular Jewishness, by Mitchell Silver, January, 1993

Kraus, Tucholsky, Felix Mendelssohn: A Trio of Apostates, by Paul Neumarkt, December, 1973

Manger’s Purimshpiel, by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1982

More on Hanuka-Christmas, by Mildred Simon and Max Rosenfeld, May, 1980

More on Secularism and Politics, by Max Rosenfeld and Gerry Revzin, January, 1980

National Conference on Jewish Secular Schools, by Max Rosenfeld, June, 1971

On Being a Secular Jew, Elsie Levitan, 1978

On Being a Secular Jew 2, Elsie Levitan, March, 1978

The Phenomenal Shmuel Rozhansky, by Yankl Stillman, December, 1995

Reports from Secular Schools, by Ruth Zalman, December, 1961

Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, by Ruth Zalman, September, 1958

Secular Humanistic Jews Meet, by Bennett Muraskin, December, 2000

Secular Humanistic Judaism Today, by Bennett Muraskin, September, 1994

Secularism and Our Heritage, by Max Rosenfeld, July-August, 1973

Secular Jew – Activist or Not, by Jerald Bain, April, 1980

Secular Jewish Education in the U.S.A., Itche Goldberg, September, 1959

The Secular Jewish School: Its Philosophy, by Sanford Goldner, September, 1962

Secular Jewish Education, Then and Now, by Israel Kugler, July-August, 2005

Secular Jewish Groups Reach Out, by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1992

Secular Jews and Social Action, Morris U. Schappes, September, 1980

A Secular View of Jewish Life, by Morris U. Schappes, June 1961

The Shtetl Without Sentimentality, by Max Rosenfeld, April, 1982

Simon Rawidowicz (1897-1957), Jews as a World People, Saul L. Goodman, December, 1988

So This is the Secular Jew?, Jerald Bain, November, 1978

Statement of Conference of Secular Jewish Organizations, editorial, May, 1980

Survival — for What?, by Itche Goldberg, June, 1959

Transmitting Our Values through Jewish Culture, by Elias Picheny, June, 1961; see also, “Mr. Picheny’s Conference Paper Discussed,” by Ruth Zalman, June, 1961

Varieties of Secular Jewish Experience: Reactions to an Unfinished Discussion, by Morris U. Schappes and Max Rosenfeld

We Secular Jews Are Here, Hershl Hartman, February and March, 1979

What Direction for Secular Schools? by Hershl Harris, January, 1964

What Makes Jewish Institutions Jewish? by Mitchell Silver, May-June, 2002

Who Is a Jew? by Mitchell Silver, January, 2002

Workshop on Secular Jewish Education, by W.S., September, 1961

Yiddishkeit and Revolution, by Morris U. Schappes, September, 1981

Zhitlovsky: Philosopher of Jewish Secularism, Max Rosenfeld, June, 1965

Segregation

Fight Ahead on Desegregation, Doxie A. Wilkerson, March, 1955

Two Hundred Years of Segregated Schools, W.E.B. DuBois, February, 1955

Sephardim

Medieval Jewish History in a Polyanna Treatment (book review), by Ruth Zalman, February, 1962

The Secular Influence on Sephardic Song, by David Platt, March, 1972

Sephardic Songs Recorded, by Sonya Schappes, March, 1972

The Sephardim in Israel, by Elie Eliachar, January, 1972

Sexuality

The Life of Maimie (book review), by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1980

Sex in the City — on Fifth Avenue, No Less, by Pamela Vassil, November-December, 2003

Shakespeare

Shakespeare Made Shylock a Jew (correspondence), January, 1963

Shylock and Anti-Semitism, Morris U. Schappes, 1962

Sholem Aleichem

An Easy Fast, Sholem Aleichem

I Get a Good Job, by Sholem Aleichem, January, 1954

More Riches of Sholem Aleichem, by Morris U. Schappes, January, 1954

A Sholem-Aleykhem Anthology, (book review) by Gerald Stillman, Janauary, 1995

Sholem Aleichem and Charlie Chaplin, David Matis, October, 1959

Sholem Aleichem at a Zionist Congress, by I.D. Berkowitz, May, 1974

Sholem Aleichem Centennial News, March, 1960

Sholem Aleichem, Eventful Years: A Chronicle, March, 1959

Sholem Aleichem in New York, by N.B. Linder, November, 1958

Sholem Aleichem Story, “Joseph,” March, 1959

Shylock

Shylock and Anti-Semitism, Morris U. Schappes, 1962

I.B. Singer

The Dark World of Isaac Bashevis Singer, by Henry Goodman, November, 1962

Yiddish Stories (I.B. Singer), by Jack W. Weinman, November, 1958

Sobibor

The Uprising in Sobibor, Thomas Blatt, 1978

Social Activism/Social Justice

April 24th — History’s Day, by Sam Pevzner, June, 1971

Candles Raised Against the Darkness, editorial, November-December, 2003

“Commentary” Moves to the Right, by Louis Harap, December, 1971

Continuing the Struggle over Medicare, editorial, January-February 2004

Fathers and Sons, by M.J. Granite, April, 1974

50 Years of Woman’s Suffrage, by Billie Portnow, September, 1970

The Former N.Y. Teachers Union (book review), Rachel Levy, January, 1970

From Old Left to New (book review), by A. B. Magil, June, 1990

George W. versus George W., editorial, January-February, 2004

How I Joined an Anti-Draft Organization, by Israel Bailin, December, 1973

Jacobo Timerman (1923-1999), by Bennett Muraskin, January, 2000

Jewish Activism in Washington, Nov. 13-15, Sam Pevzner, January, 1970

Lawyers We Like (book review), by Alvin Dorfman, January, 2000

Liar, Liar, Earth on Fire, editorial, March-April, 2005

Making Service Fundamental to Jewish Life, by Ruth Messinger, September-October, 2003

Maurice Sugar: Great Labor Lawyer (book review), by Mark H. Cousens, May, 1989

Movement to Ban Incitement, by Lazar Zaidman, January, 1963

Myths about Juvenile Delinquency (book review), by Fannie Tushnet, January, 1964

Negroes March for Jobs and Freedom (editiorial), September, 1963

New Look at Radicalism and Culture (book review, Alan Wald), by Paul Buhle, December, 1995

Progressive Jewish Leaders Issue Statement on JDL, February, 1972

Promising Perspectives at the Tikkun Conference, by Sid Resnick, May-June, 2002

Racism in Our Immigration Laws, by Ira Gollobin, January, 1964

Radical Intellectuals and Trade Unionism, by Morris U Schappes, September, 1971

Secular Jews and Social Action, Morris U. Schappes, September, 1980

A Statement Before the Court, by Rebecca Kanner, November, 2001

Sukkos at Seabrook, by Karen L. Zweig, January, 1980

Tikkun Conference Stirs Jewish Intellectuals, by Elliott L. Jurist, March, 1989

Towards Affordable Long-Term Care, by Seymour Kornblum, December, 1988

Two Lawyers for Justice (book review), by Moe L. Tandler, February, 1967

Ultra-Right Forgeries Exposed (book review), by Harold Ticktin, April, 1971

What Jobs for Jews?, Editorial, September, 1971

What’s Wrong with the Equal Rights Amendment?, by Billie Portnow, July-August, 1971

Why No Action on Resurgent Neo-Nazism?, by Eric Mauer, February, 1967

Yiddishkeit and Revolution, by Morris U. Schappes, September, 1981

Socialism

The Bund Revisited, by Louis Harap, Part I (February, 1974), Part II (March, 1974), Part III (April, 1974), Part IV (May, 1974)

From Old Left to New (book review), by A. B. Magil, June, 1990

The Gorbachev Revolution: From Stalin to Marx, by Paul Robeson, Jr., July-August, 1990

Lenin and the Jewish Question, by Ben Joseph, December, 1970

The Martyrdom of Hirsh Leckert, by Sholom Levine, translated by Robert King, May, 1948

Socialist Traditions of Jewish Labor, Morris U. Schappes, 1950

Socially Responsible Capitalism? (book review, William Greider), by Lawrence Bush, January-February, 2004

Why Socialism? A Symposium, July-August, 1982

Why Socialism Now? A Symposium, I, by Albert Prago, Isak Arbus, Regina P. Krummel, Gordon Fellman, Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, June, 1990

Why Socialism Now? A Symposium, II, by Alan Wald, Aaron Kramer, William Shneyer, Hedy Shneyer, Aaron Katz, Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg, July-August, 1990

Why Socialism Now? A Symposium, IV, by Lester Rodney, Joel Shatzky, Jay Schulman, Jonathan Harris, Michael M. Hirsch, A.B. Magil, October, 1990

Why Socialism Now? A Symposium, V, by Charles R. Allen, Jr., Eric A. Gordon, David Hacker, Paul Robeson, Jr., Yankl Stillman, November, 1990

Why Socialism Now? A Symposium, VI, by Annette T. Rubinstein, Don Amter, December, 1990

Sociology

Studies of Adolescence, by Harry N. Dubin, January, 1969

South Africa

African Jewry Before Judgement Day, by L. Liebowitch, November, 1947

Mandela, Jews, the Continuing Struggle, editorial, April, 1990

Progressive Jews in South Africa Speak Up, unsigned, October, 1960

The Thorny Path of Jewish Immigration to South Africa, by Jacob Mordechai Sherman, translated by Rae Meltzer, December, 2000

Soviet Jews/Russian Jews

Afghanistan and Cold War, editorial, March, 1980

The ADL Report (on Soviet Jews), by Morris U. Schappes, October, 1958

A Jewish State Rises in Birobidjan, by J.M. Budish, November, 1947

Asbury Park to Moscow, by Ted Tinsley, May, 1950

From Asheville to Kislovodsk and Back, by Rubin Falk, May, 1989

Babi Yar, by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, translated by Ber Green and Morris U. Schappes, December, 1961

Bauer, Harkabi et al in Brussels, by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1989

Birobidzhan, the Jewish Autonomous Region, by Henry Srebrnik, July-August, 2006

Blood Libel Incidents in USSR Alleged and “Denied,” unsigned, March, 1963

Critical Look at B.Z. Goldberg’s Book (book review), by Louis Harap, January, 1962

Current Soviet Yiddish Literature, II, by Haim Sloves, December, 1967

The Devil’s Theory of Zionism in the USSR, Sid Resnick, July-August, 1982

Distorting Data on Soviet Anti-Semitism, editorial, May, 1990

Discussing Anti-Semitism in the USSR, by William Shneyer and the Editorial Board, April, 1990

Ecology in the Shtetl, by Sorell Skolnik, March, 1980

A Flower for Isaac (Plotner): About a Yiddish Poet and Soviet Jewish Culture, by Hersh Smoliar, July, 1972

Gorbachev Blasts Anti-Semitism at Babi Yar Commemoration, by Mikhail S. Gorbachev, December, 1991

The Gorbachev Revolution: From Stalin to Marx, by Paul Robeson, Jr., July-August, 1990

Grandma’s Struggles, Our Strength, by Jonathan Boyarin, March, 1980

Hanuka in Moscow Publicly Celebrated, January, 1992

I Believe in the Triumph of Reason, by Radik L. Sandik, May, 1990

Ilya Ehrenburg — Soviet Writer, Russian Jew, by Sid Resnick, December, 2000

Immigration to Birobidzhan, by G. Zhits, November, 1947

Isaac Itkind: Soviet Jewish Sculptor, by Irwin Shappin, July-August, 1973

Jews in the Soviet Union (Correspondence from Moscow), by Paul Novick, June, 1959

Khrushchev’s Reply to Russell on Jews and “Economic Crimes,” unsigned, April, 1963

Lenin and the Jewish Question, by Ben Joseph, December, 1970

Levy’s Book on the Soviet Jewish Question, by Louis Harap, July-August, 1958

The Martyrdom of Hirsh Leckert, by Sholom Levine, translated by Robert King, May, 1948

The Martyred Soviet Yiddish Writers, by Morris U. Schappes, May, 1980

A Memorial to Osip Mandelstam (book review), by Elsie Levitan, July, 1972

Mr. Hasim and Soviet Jewish Culture, by A. Unger, Paul Novick and Chaim Singer, January, 1960

My Father, Paul Robeson, by Paul Robeson Jr., February, 1971

The New Jew in the Soviet Union, by Paul Novick, November, 1947

New Soviet Jewish Culture Societies, by Sid Resnick, March, 1989

Nuremberg Trials—Soviet Views, by Norton Wheeler, September, 1981

Nurturing Holocaust Studies in the Former Soviet Union, Interview with Ilya Altman, July-August, 2005

Problems of the Soviet Jews, by Paul Novick, December, 1989

Questions for the Soviet Party Congress, Editorial, March, 1971

Readers’ Forum on USSR and Jews, by Israel Kugler and A.B. Magil, January, 1985

Refuting an Article in Life Magazine, by Sofia Frey, May, 1960

Return to Kronstadt: A Memoir, by William Shneyer, September, 1992

Right-Wing Intellectuals and the Jews, by Louis Harap, June, 1980

Shmuel Halkin (1897-1960), obituary, November, 1960

Solzhenitsyn and Anti-Semitism, by Paul N. Siegel, December, 1990

Soviet Evacuations in World War II, by Michael Mirski, July, 1980

Soviet Jewish Cultural Revival Today, by Chaim Suller, September, 1960

Soviet Jewish Emigrants or Refugees?, editorial, March, 1989

Soviet Jewish Partisans, Jack Nusan Porter, April, 1982

Soviet Jewish Renewal and Anti-Semitism, by Sid Resnick, July-August, 1990

Soviet Jewish Revival (editorial), July-August, 1989

The Soviet Jewish Situation: Unfinished business 15 years after the Khrushchev Report, by Louis Harap, March, 1971

The Soviet Jewish Situation: a Declaration, Paul Novick, Chaim Suller, Itche Goldberg, Morris U. Schappes, November, 1982

Soviet Jews and the Right to Emigrate, Editorial, February, 1971

Soviet Jews Since 1917 (book review), by Zachary M. Baker, May, 1990

Thoughts on the Soviet Anniversary, editorial, November, 1947

3 Jews Convicted in Leningrad — and the Press Campaign, unsigned, January, 1962

Three Poems, by Itzik Feffer, translated by Tania Klein, July, 1972

A Tragic Anniversary, August 12, 1952, editorial, July, 1972

“Trial” in the Lubyanka, 1952, Hershl Hartman, July-August, 2007

Tutoring — and Learning from — Russian Jews, by Joe and Lillian Dimow, December, 1991

The Vergelis Visit, by Morris U. Schappes, January, 1964

Violations of Soviet Law in Shcharansky Case, by George P. Fletcher, January, 1982

Spain, Spanish Civil War

Al Prago’s Article, “Anti-Semitism and Spanish Dictionaries,” by Henry Foner, January, 1994

Barcelona Monument to Jewish Volunteers in Spanish Civil War, by Arieh Lebowitz, May, 1990

Bitter 1492: Year of Expulsion, by Jonathan Harris, February, 1992

The Botwin Company in Spain, 1937-39, by Albert Prago, February, 1992

Jews in the International Brigades, Albert Prago, February, 1979

Jews Who Fought in Spain, by Charles Nusser, March, 1994

The Prayer of the Candles, by Harry Bloch, December, 1994

A Spanish Reminiscence Updated, by VIrginia Snitow, January, 1994

Sports (see also Baseball)

To Brooklyn, Again and Again, by Irv Saposnik, January, 1993

Jewish Champs in American Sports, by Lester Rodney, June, 1958

Stalinism

Readers’ Forum on Stalinism, by Charles Evans, Irwin Rosenthal, & Max Gordon, June, 1980

Soviet Jews Since 1917 (book review), by Zachary M. Baker, May, 1990

Thoughts on the Soviet Anniversary, editorial, November, 1947

Stalin Dissected, Max Gordon, 1979

A Tragic Anniversary, August 12, 1952, editorial, July, 1972

“Trial” in the Lubyanka, 1952, Hershl Hartman, July-August, 2007

Rose Pastor Stokes

The Little Breadwinner, by Rose Pastor Stokes (autobiography), June, 1958

Yuri Suhl

Remembering Resistance Scholar Yuri Suhl (1908-1986), by Eric Brothers, November, 1990

Yuri Suhl Answers “Congress Bi-Weekly”, by Yuri Suhl, September, 1963

Supreme Court

The People Versus the Supreme Court, November, 1951

Avrom Sutzkever

Yiddish, by Avrom Sutzkever, translated from the Yiddish by David Berger, December, 1993

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Talmud

The Talmud’s Atheist, by Lawrence Bush, Winter, 2009-10

Television (see Film and Television)

Terrorism

Collateral Damage (editoria), December, 2001

Combatting Terrorism at Its Roots (editorial), November, 2001

Defining Terrorism, Reining in VIgilantism, Editorial, May-June, 2004

Theater and Playwrights

“After the Fall” into Freudianism, by Robert Arnow, April, 1964

All in the Family: Pain and Paranoia in Feiffer’s “A Bad Friend,” by Ralph Seliger, November-December, 2003

An Angry Young German (“The Deputy”), by Harry Zohn, February, 1964

“Bent,” by Jonathan Boyarin, July, 1980

Biography of a Theater (Habima), by Sam Pevzner, April, 1958

Bread and Roses in Los Angeles, by Hershl Hartman, Juy-August, 2000

A Children’s Play About Medieval English Jews, by Ruth Zalman, January, 1963

Clifford Odets, the Tragic Dilemma, by Arthur Vogel, January 1964

Elmer Rice, Dramatist and Radical (book review), by David S. Lifson, March, 1964

The First Yiddish Theater Production in the USA, Nathaniel Buchwald, November, 1954

The God of Vengeance on Trial, by Joseph Dimow, July-August, 2000

Grine Felder (play review), by Lyber Katz, December, 2000

His World Was the Stage (book review, Jacob Adler), by Yankl Stillman, July-August, 2000

The Holocaust in Drama, by Joel Shatzky, April, 1983

“The Interview,” an interview with Peter Swet, by Isabel Pearlman, November, 1973

Jewish Children’s Theater Presents . . ., by Ruth Zalman, January, 1961

Jewish Family on Stage (theater review), by Harry Taylor, May, 1950

The Legendary Yiddish Theater (book review), by David S. Lifson, September, 1980

Kaminska’s Mother Courage (cartoon), by Joel Schechter and Spain, July-August, 2005

Mogilescu, Great Yiddish Actor, by Leon Kobrin, February, 1964

My Fair Chelm, Script by Harold Farbstein, Lyrics by Henry Foner, December, 1971

A New English Voice: Arnold Wesker’s Plays, by Robert Arnow, November, 1962

Plays of Horror, Theater of the Holocaust (book review), by Hershel Zohn, April, 1989

“RIch Man, Poor Man” for Children, by H.H., January, 1964

Something New in the Theater (play review: Ossie Davis), by Robert Arnow, January, 1962

Temptation in the Tenements (play review: Leon Kobrin), by Yankl Stillman, January-February, 2004

Ten Measures of Wisdom?: Children’s Theater Production Reviewed, by Neil Salzman, February, 1971

Visions of Isolation at Haifa Theatre, by Henry S. Glickman, May, 1980

What Made Sammy Kill Himself?, by David Shaber, November, 1958

The World to Come, a Skit by Y.L. Peretz, translated by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1980

Yiddish Theater Gossip (book review), by David S. Lifson, March, 1963

Torah (see Bible)

Translation

A Translator’s Fun and Frustration (Moishe Nadir’s Numerology), Max Rosenfeld, November, 1960

Triangle Fire

Clara Lemlich interview 1982

Clara Lemlich Shavelson, Fifty Years in Labor’s Front Line, Paula Scheier, November, 1954

The Heroic Period of Jewish Labor, 1909-1914, Morris U. Schappes, January, 1955

The Triangle Fire, by Bennett Muraskin, March, 2002

Tunisia

Jewish Wedding in Tunisia, by Sophie C. Aksel, March, 1990

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Ukraine

God Did This and God Did That, by Itsik Kipnis, June, 1980

In the Ukraine, a Holocaust Memoir, by Andrew Kovacs, April, 1989

Ukrainian Pogroms, by Yankl Stillman, December, 1994

Urban Studies

Cleveland Fifty Years ago, by Joseph Morgenstern, January, 1958

United Nations

UN Resolution 242 — What It Says, What It Means, by Morris U. Schappes, December, 1973

United States

Bitter Fruit of the Marshall Plan, editorial, May, 1948

The Brezhnev VIsit, editorial, July-August, 1973

Candles Raised Against the Darkness, editorial, November-December, 2003

Can We Have Peace in Our Time, by Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn, May, 1958

Cleveland Fifty Years ago, by Joseph Morgenstern, January, 1958

Defining Terrorism, Reining in VIgilantism, Editorial, May-June, 2004

The 1960 Elections and the “Jewish Vote,” Simon W. Gerson, October, 1960

Nixon, Dayan, and U.S. Middle East Policy, an editorial, January, 1969

Nuclear Freeze Now!, editorial, June, 1982

The Path of Felix Frankfurter, by Victor Rabinowitz, February, 1958

Reagan, Bush, and Nicaragua, by David Seigel, January, 1985

Resistance to Pres. Reagan, editorial, January, 1985

Leon Uris’ Exodus reviewed, November, 1959

Watergate: A Sampling of Jewish Opinion, unsigned, July-August, 1973

Watergate: Further Sampling of Jewish Opinion, unsigned, December, 1973

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Vietnam War

April 24th — History’s Day, by Sam Pevzner, June, 1971

Hey, Hey, Uncle Sam – We Remember Vietnam!, editorial, May, 1980

“Lawlessness and Repression,” editorial, June, 1971

“They Are Our Brothers…”, by The Fellowship of Reconciliation, February, 1967

Vietnam and Israel, the Search for Independence, Tran Dan, 1983

W

Warsaw Ghetto

Amid Crumbling Walls, Tevya Bozhikowski, tr. Max Rosenfeld, April, 1955

“Comrade Mordecai,” Emanuel Ringelblum, translated by Yuri Suhl, 1962

Days of Reckoning and Resistance, editorial, April, 1974

Five Portraits of Ghetto Heroes, by A. Berman, April, 1958

The First Uprising Against Nazi Occupation, by Michael Mirski, April, 1973

The Heritage of Janusz Korczak, by Estelle Tambak, April, 1963

How Shall We Honor Them?, editorial, April, 1963

Janusz Korczak, Martyred Educator, Harry Bloch, July-August, 1978

The Meaning of the Anniversary Today, editorial, April, 1970

Ringelblum’s Diary, 1953

Rod Serling Falsifies the Warsaw Ghetto, by Max Rosenfeld, July-August, 1960

Shadows of the Warsaw Ghetto, a poem by Itzik Feffer, translated by Elaine Holtz, July-August, 1970

The Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, multiple years

29 Years – The Memory is Still Fresh, Editorial, April, 1972

W. E. B. Du Bois on the Jews, by W. E. B. Du Bois, February, 1972

Wladislaw Szlengel— the Poet of the Ghetto, by Emmanuel Ringelblum, April 1963

Morris Winchevsky

On Language and Religion, Morris Winchevsky, December, 1982

Poems of Morris Winchevsky, tr. Aaron Kramer, May, 1950

Women

Agonizing Questions, Attempted Answers, by Estelle Holt, March, 2002

“The Empowerment of Jewish Women,” by Hedy Shneyer, February, 1989

Estelle Tambak: “I Just Brought Myself,” by Carol Jochnowitz

Feminist and Jewish, by Regina P. Krummel, January, 1985

50 Years of Woman’s Suffrage, by Billie Portnow, September, 1970

Genocide and Gender, by Isak Arbus, December, 2000

A Girl’s Life, by Nathalie Zeidman, January, 2000

Growing Up Female, Jewish, and Radical, Margie Rosenbluth, March, 1978

Highlighting Important Jewish Women, by Estelle Holt, November-December, 2003

Holocaust: Healing and Victims, by Carol Jochnowitz, April, 1989

Homecoming: A Jewish Daughter about a Jewish Mother, by May Hartman, January, 1985

Israeli and Palestinian Women: “No More!” by Janet F. Goller, April, 1990

Israeli Women Pioneers, Hedy Shneyer, May, 1978

I Visit Piotrkow, Birthplace of Ernestine Rose, by Yuri Suhl, September, 1960

Jewish Feminism in Germany (book review), by Lieselotte Wolff, March, 1982

A Jewish Girlhood in the Old West, by Sadie Myers, March, 1992

“The Jewish Wife” An Abomination? (book review), Elsie Levitan, March, 1970

Jewish Women in U.S. History, by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1983

Jewish Women Now (pamphlet of column reprints)

From Gaza and the West Bank, by Amy Shire, January, 1995

Jewish Women, Passover, and Liberation, by Lillian Dimow, October, 1990

Jews and Prostitution, by Yankl Stillman, September-October, 2005

The Life of Maimie (book review), by Jan Rosenberg, March, 1980

Lillian Wald (1867-1940) and Social Welfare, by Yankl Stillman, May-June, 2004

A Love Affair with the Right Wing: Midge Decter (book review), by Estelle Holt, November, 2001

One of Her Kind: Anzia Yezierska, by Sarah Schulman, October, 1989

Rallying for Choice in Washington, by Miriam Jochnowitz, January, 1990

Riding the Mommy Track, by Hedy Shneyer, July-August, 1989

Squandered Inheritance (book review), by Estelle Holt, May-June, 2002

A Step Backward, by Janet F. Goller, September, 1989

Three by Jewish Women (book review), by Roger B. Goodman, December, 1993

Three Ordinary Women: Sophie Saroff, Minnie Fisher, Sarah Plotkin, by Annette T. Rubinstein, November, 1990

To Know Where We Are, by Virginia Snitow, December, 1990

The Tyrant in Our Midst, by Jessica Reiner, January, 2002

What Do You Think of Pete Seeger’s Proposal?, December, 1970

A Woman of Valor: Glueckel of Hameln, by Yankl Stillman, May, 1995

A Women’s Hagada, by Elsie Levitan, March, 1980

Women and the Intifada, by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, May, 1989

Women Go for Peace, by Irena Klepfisz, May, 1990

Women in Israel and Palestine (book review), by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, July-August, 1990

Women in Our Lives, by Pearl H. Hart, May, 1963

The Women of the Wall, by Janet F. Goller, October, 1989

Women in Chains, by Janet F. Goller, November, 1989

Women in Chains: Some Solutions, by Virginia Snitow, June, 1990

Women Unite for Desegregation, by Billie Portnow, May, 1960

Writings “About the Struggle of Women” (book review), by Carol Jochnowitz, March, 1974

Writing Ourselves In, by Miriam Jochnowitz, February, 1990

World War I

World War I and the Jewish Masses, Morris U. Schappes, February, 1955

World War II

An American Soldier Remembers, by Stan Kaplan, May, 1995

Bitter Fruit of the Marshall Plan, editorial, May, 1948

Drowned Jews — After the War, by Earl Morgan, September, 1989

Japan and the Jews, by Selma Trauber, May, 1995

Nisei, Too, Liberated Dachau, by S. Don Shimazu, April, 1990

Shirer’s Anti-Nazi Best-Seller, by Charles R. Allen, Jr., September, 1961

Soviet Evacuations in World War II, by Michael Mirski, July, 1980

Two Poems for V-E Day, by Sarah Fell-Yellin, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

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Yiddish

About Yiddish Literature (book review), by Henry Goodman, December, 1970

Accepting the Moishe Katz Award, by Mordkhe Schaechter, July-August, 2000

Alone, by Kadia Molodowsky, March, 1995

Bar Kochba, by Tevye Grol, translated by Max Rosenfeld, December, 1973

Berel the Tailor, I.L. Peretz, September, 1955

Chaver-Paver (1901-1964), by Yankl Stillman, May-June, 2002

Cradle Song of a Jewish Mother in Poland, by Meyer-Zimmel Tkatch, translated by Aaron Kramer, December, 1994

Drunk All Year — On Purim Sober, by I.L. Peretz, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1974

Exile, by Morris Rosenfeld, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

The Father’s Pain, by Sholem Shtern, translated by Henry Goodman, October, 1963

The First Yiddish Theater Production in the USA, Nathaniel Buchwald, November, 1954

A Flower for Isaac (Plotner): About a Yiddish Poet and Soviet Jewish Culture, by Hersh Smoliar, July, 1972

Foolish Children, by H. Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

A Freilichs (An Ode to Courage), by H.N. Bialik, translated from the Yiddish by Lila B. Hassid

The God of Vengeance on Trial, by Joseph Dimow, July-August, 2000

Grine Felder (play review), by Lyber Katz, December, 2000

Growing Up with Yiddish Song, by Madeline Simon, March, 1980

Guide to a Perplexed Teacher, by Mendele Mocher Sforim, December, 1970

Honoring Joseph C. Landis, by Marx Wartofsky and Joseph C. Landis, November, 1973

I Am a Jew, a poem by Itzik Feffer, translated by Martin Birnbaum, July, 1980

In the Children’s Home, by Avrom Zak, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

In Yalta, by I.E. Ronch, translated by Harold Aspiz, July, 1982

Isaac Meir Dick, Gerald Stillman, October, 1998

Itche Goldberg at 100: An Interview, May-June, 2004

Jewish Partisans in the Woods, Chaver Paver, December, 1952

Jewish Songs to Sing (songbook review), by Irwin Heilner, September, 1971

Jews, Do Not Despair! by Halper Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, April, 1963

Journey to Poland (book review), by Henry Goodman, October, 1963

Kaddish, by Aaron Kurtz, translated by Olga Cabral and Mona Bender, May, 1974

Klez Kamp, by Leila Wice, March, 1992

The Knesset Salutes Yiddish, translated by Yankl Stillman, December, 1993

The Legacy of Sholem Asch, by Eli Katz, November, 1980

The Legendary Yiddish Theater (book review), by David S. Lifson, September, 1980

A Letter to My Friend Hans, by Ezri Zeif Etzmun, translated from the Yiddish by Rae Meltzer, January, 2000

Listen to Your Father’s Words . . . A Yiddish Folk Song, by Ruth Rubin, March, 1964

The Martyred Soviet Yiddish Writers, by Morris U. Schappes, May, 1980

Maurice Samuel’s Perceptive Volume, by Eli Katz, January, 1972

A Memorial to Osip Mandelstam (book review), by Elsie Levitan, July, 1972

Mendele Mocher Sforim’s Wagon, by Abraham Reisin, translated by Max Rosenfeld, November, 1961

A Millennial Mazeltov to Mame-Loshn, by Itche Goldberg, September, 1992

Mogilescu, Great Yiddish Actor, by Leon Kobrin, February, 1964

Moishe Leyb Halpern, Rebel Poet, V.J. Jerome, March, 1955

More on the Jewish Cowboy, by R.A. Robboy, September, 1992

Morris Rosenfeld — People’s Poet, by Eli Katz, November, 1973

Morris Rosenfeld, Yiddish Classic, Billie Portnow, November, 1960

New and Old Yiddish Songs, by Joseph Bovshover, Peretz Markish, translated from the Yiddish by Aaron Kramer, December, 1995

An Obscurantist Yiddish Novel (review about I.B. Singer), by Annette T. Rubinstein, May, 1961

On Language and Religion, Morris Winchevsky, December, 1982

On Siberian Roads, by H. Leivick, translated by Lila B. Hassid, December, 1963

On the “Bintel Brief,” by Abraham Cahan, translated by Max Rosenfeld, February, 1992

“Oppen” Readings: Visiting with Joseph Opatoshu, by Judith Elton Dunn, November-December, 2003

Our Yiddish Literary Heritage, Itche Goldberg, November, 1960

Our Yiddish Poetic Heritage (book review), by Max Rosenfeld, June, 1990

Our Yiddish Roots (book review), by Leah Zazuyer, April, 1989

Peretz Receives Visitors from “Eretz Yisroel,” 1908, by Jehiel Isaiah Trunk, introduced by Max Rosenfeld, May, 1908

The Phenomenal Shmuel Rozhansky, by Yankl Stillman, December, 1995

The Place of Yiddish in Jewish Education, by William Glicksman, January, 1972

Poems of Morris Rosenfeld, tr. Aaron Kramer, June, 1950

Poems of Morris Winchevsky, tr. Aaron Kramer, May, 1950

Presenting the First Moishe Katz Award to Dr. Mordkhe Schaechter, by Sid Resnick, July-August, 2000

To the Purim Shpiler, by Morris Rosenfeld, translated by Max Rosenfeld, March, 1963

Recorded Yiddish Folksongs: A Selection, by David Platt, March, 1974

Rest Your Head, by H. Leivick, translated by Ruth Rubin, March, 1963

Rosten’s Fractured Humor, Sam Pevzner, January, 1960

Shadows of the Warsaw Ghetto, a poem by Itzik Feffer, translated by Elaine Holtz, July-August, 1970

Sholem Aleichem and Charlie Chaplin, David Matis, October, 1959

Sholem Aleichem at a Zionist Congress, by I.D. Berkowitz, May, 1974

Sholem Aleichem, Eventful Years: A Chronicle, March, 1959

Sholem Aleichem Story, “Joseph,” March, 1959

Sholem Asch: A Symposium, by Sidney Finkelstein, Aaron Katz, and Ben Levine, January,1958

Shmuel Halkin (1897-1960), obituary, November, 1960

Song, by Martin Birnbaum, translated by Aaron Kramer, October, 1994

Song of the Wedding Bard, by Kalman Segal, translated by Martin Birnbaum, March, 1970

Soviet Yiddish Fiction (book review), by Yankl Stillman, July, 1980

The Spirit of Yiddish (Part 1), Max Rosenfeld, May, 1982

The Spirit of Yiddish (Part 2), Max Rosenfeld, July-August, 1982

The Tailor, by S. An-ski, translated by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1962

The Tale of Two Brothers, by I.L. Peretz, translated by Ruth Rubin, November, 1960

Teaching Our Children Yiddish, Linda Gritz, March, 2007

Temptation in the Tenements (play review: Leon Kobrin), by Yankl Stillman, January-February, 2004

Three Daughters, After the Yiddish of Mordecai Gebirtig, by Lila B. Hassid, November, 1961

A Translator’s Fun and Frustration (Moishe Nadir’s Numerology), Max Rosenfeld, November, 1960

Tsarist Russia’s First Yiddish Newspaper, by Yankl Stillman, November-December, 2003

Two Magazines, Two Losses, by Yankl Stillman, March, 2002

Two Poems by Rokhl Korn, translated by Barnett Zumoff, March-April, 2005

Two Poems by Ricudah Potash, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

Two Poems by Dora Teitelboim, translated by Aaron Kramer, December, 1994

Two Poems by Malka Heifetz Tussman, translated by Marcia Falk, January-February, 2004

Two Poems for V-E Day, by Sarah Fell-Yellin, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

Two Sketches, Haver Paver, February, 1970

Two Talks with David Hofshtein, by H. Blushtein, June, 1960

Two Poems for V-E Day, by Sarah Fell-Yellin, translated by Aaron Kramer, May, 1995

Waiting for Yiddish,  Richard Fein, July-August, 1999

We Survive (Zog Nit Kayn Mol), by Hersh Glik, translated and set to music by Ruth Rubin, April, 1963

When I First Met Sh. Ansky, by Khayim Zhitlovsky, December, 1990

Without a Name, a Story, by Dovid Bergelson, July-August, 1989

The World to Come, a Skit by Y.L. Peretz, translated by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1980

Yiddish, by Avrom Sutzkever, translated from the Yiddish by David Berger, December, 1993

Yiddish Clubs in High School, by Ruth Zalman, July-August, 1962

Yiddish Folksongs Recorded by Ruth Rubin, by Irwin Heilner, March, 1971

Yiddish in Israel Today, by Yankl Stillman, January, 2000

Yiddish in Japan, by Bernard Choseed, January, 1992

Yiddishland, USA (book review), by Eugene Orenstein, June, 1971

The Yiddish Language, an Abbreviated History, by David Neiman, July-August, 1990

Yiddish Poetry in Translation (book review), by Rakhmiel Peltz, January, 1989

Yiddish Radio, a Memoir, by Murray Bernstein, January, 2000

Yiddish Song, Then and Now, by David Platt, March, 1974

Yiddish Stories (I.B. Singer), by Jack W. Weinman, November, 1958

Yiddish Theater Gossip (book review), by David S. Lifson, March, 1963

Yugntruf, 1981, by Daniel Soyer, September, 1981

The “Yunge” in Goodman & Levin’s Dairy Restaurant, by Reuben Iceland, tr. by Max Rosenfeld, September, 1989

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Israel Zangwill

Israel Zangwill: A VItal Force, by Ben Field, November, 1958

Chaim Zhitlovsky

When I First Met Sh. Ansky, by Khayim Zhitlovsky, December, 1990

Zhitlovsky: Philosopher of Jewish Secularism, Max Rosenfeld, June, 1965

Zionism

Angela Davis and the Jewish Community, Editorial, December, 1971

The Balfour Declaration in Perspective, by Ben Joseph, December, 1963

The Balfour Declaration Revisited, by Harold Ticktin, May-June, 2004

The Black Panthers, Jews, and Israel, George Wald, Huey Newton et al, 1971

Correcting Herbert Aptheker, by A.B. Magil, September, 1980

Dialogue With a Radical Jewish Student, by Jonathan Goldin and Morris U. Schappes, July-August, 1970

First Impressions of Israel, by Sarah Kreimer and Lawrence Bush, May, 1982

Israel and the State of Zionism, by Morris U. Schappes, October, 1960

Jabotinsky and Kolbe: A Correspondence of Views, by Harold Ticktin, January, 1985

Middle East Stalemate, Editorial, November, 1971

The Path I Follow,  by Dr. Moshe Sneh, May, 1948

Peace Process Needs Our Support, editorial, February, 1995

People’s Action on Palestine, various writers, May, 1948

Sholem Aleichem at a Zionist Congress, by I.D. Berkowitz, May, 1974

What Program for U.S. Zionism? Louis Harap, December, 1952

The Zionist Movement Revisited,  Louis Harap, 1975

Zionism and Imperialism, Morris U. Schappes, March, 1953

Zionism Seen Out of Focus, by A.B. Magil, May, 1974

 

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The Black Panthers, Jews, and Israel (pamphlet of reprints), George Wald, Huey Newton et al, 1971

Jewish Life in the United States — and the Role of the Morning Freiheit (pamphlet reprint), Paul Novick, 1957

Jewish Women Now (pamphlet of column reprints)

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