Givat Haviva, Israel: Bet Barukh Lin, Merkaz le-heker tenu'at ha-po'alim, 1974. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 208 pp., yellowed paper. Good. Item #65147
Text is in Hebrew mostly. Articles are "Bernard lazare: portrait of a Zionist Socialist," Daniel Ben-Nahum, "Abraham Lessing and his Generation," Ezekiel Lifschutz, "The Paradox of National Unity during the Second Aliyah," Yosef Gorni, "Labor Problems and Yemenite workers during the first decade of the century in Rishon L'Zion," Dan Gil'adi, "The 'Seimist' party - 'Vozrojdeniye' and its leadership," Avraham Greenberg, "The Anti-Semitic aspects of the Soviet campaigns against 'cosmopolitanism' during the Stalin era," Benjamin Pincus, "Notes on Dr. Ch. Zhitlovsky's Yiddishist Dreams," G. Kressel, "Some Misconceptions on the beginnings of Hashomer Hatzair," Yedidyah Shoham, "Odyssey of an American Halutz in the Service of the Underground Aliyah (Via France and Cyprus)," Shabtai Breen, "Personal account of the first major strike of the 'Nesher' cement factory workers in 1924," Z'ev Studni.