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Like All the Nations?

The Life and Legacy of Judah L. Magnes

William M. Brinner, Moses Rischin

Publication Year: 1987

This is the first study to examine the career of one of the most prominent American Zionists. Intellectually brilliant, socially and religiously committed, Judah Magnes was an inspiring speaker, reformer, and organizer. Sixteen leading American and Israeli scholars here focus their critical attention on the social, cultural, political, and theological themes central to Magnes’ life.

Published by: State University of New York Press

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pp. 1-4

Title Page

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pp. 5-5

Copyright

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pp. 6-8

Contents

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pp. 9-10

Illustrations

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pp. 11-12

Acknowledgments

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pp. 13-14

Contributors

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pp. 15-18

Introduction:

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pp. 19-34

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pp. 37-46

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pp. 47-56

II

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pp. 59-74

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pp. 75-86

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pp. 87-100

III

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pp. 103-116

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pp. 117-130

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pp. 131-142

IV

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pp. 145-156

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pp. 157-172

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pp. 173-182

V

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pp. 185-192

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pp. 193-204

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pp. 205-216

Abbreviationsof Document Sources

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pp. 217-218

Notes

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pp. 219-248

Index

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pp. 249-262


E-ISBN-13: 9780791497531
E-ISBN-10: 0791497534
Print-ISBN-13: 9780887065071
Print-ISBN-10: 0887065074

Page Count: 256
Publication Year: 1987

OCLC Number: 42636899
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