Judaism. Issue No. 147/ Volume 37. Number 3/ Summer 1988.

New York: American Jewish Congress, 1988. Softbound. Royal octavo, soiled paper covers, 257-384 pp. Good. Item #51993

Articles are "The First Reader," R.G., "Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Evil," Berel Lang, "The Republican Party and the Jews," Herbert L. Solomon, "Towards a Rehumanization of the Akedah and Other Sacrifices," Moshe Moskowitz, "Sweet Isaac (A Poem)," Bernhard Frank, "Mordechai M. Kaplan and the Retrieval of the Haskalah," Emanuel S. Goldsmith, "A Yankee's View of Liverpool Jewry," Gabriel Sivan, "God as Promise of Existence," Meir Ben-Horin, "(If) There is No 'Commander'? ... There Are No 'Commandments!'" Steven L. Jacobs, "Ruth (Poem)," Abrhama Linik, "The Biblical and Rabbinic Underpinnings of the Constitution," Bernhard M. Zlotowitz, "The Talmud - A Source for Yiddish," Theodore Friedman, "The Garden of Eden: From Re-Creation to Reconciliation," Bernard Och, "Enemies or Jew-Haters? Reflections on the History of Anti-Semitism," Samuel Schafer, "Blessed (Poem)," Sari Slater, "Jewish Confessions as 'Normal Mysticism,'" Robert J. Milch, reviews.

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