Albany, New York: National Conference of Jewish Communal Service, 1974. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers, frontispiece photos, 127 pp. Very Good. Item #70475
Articles are "President's Opening Comments," "The Crisis in Jewish Life - The Aftermath of the Yom Kippur War," Arnulf M. Pins, "The Crisis in Jewish Life - The Aftermath of the Yom Kippur War,"Charles Zibbell, "Comment on the 'Crisis in Jewish Life,'" Ted Kanner, "Jews in Jeopardy," Gaynor I. Jacobson, "The Challenge to the Communal Worker of the Uncommitted Among Jewry," Irving Bernstein, "Availability of Resources for Local Services in View of the israeli Crisis," Morris A. Stein, "Issues Troubling America - What Involvement for the Jewish Community?" Joseph B. Robison, "Anti-Semitism 1974: Its Meaning for Jewish Communal Services," Earl Raab, "Contrasting Models to Community Welfare: Plato and Maimonides," Jacob Kellner, "The Relevance (or Irrelevance) of Consequences to Social Work Ethics," Charles S. Levy, "The Changing Family Pattern and the Persistance of Tradition in the Jewish Community: A Case Study," Egon Mayer, "Considerations in Planning Services for the Elderly," Jeffrey Solomon, "Fact and Opinion," edited by Samuel Spiegler.