Volume 88, Number 1, March 2000

Table of Contents

From: American Jewish History

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Introduction

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A Tragic "Fight in the Family": The New York Times, Reform Judaism and the Holocaust

pp. 3-51
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"A Calamity Almost Beyond Comprehension": Nazi Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust in the Thought of W. E. B. Du Bois

pp. 53-93
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Irving Howe and the Holocaust: Dilemmas of a Radical Jewish Intellectual

pp. 95-113
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"Our Leaders Cannot Be Moved": A Zionist Emissary's Reports on American Jewish Responses to the Holocaust in the Summer of 1943

pp. 115-126
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Review Essay

Shaping Holocaust Memory

pp. 127-132
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Book Reviews: America and the Holocaust

Official Secrets: What the Nazis Planned, What the British and Americans Knew (review)

pp. 133-135
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A Quiet American: The Secret War of Varian Fry (review)

pp. 136-138
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Troubled Memory: Anne Levy, the Holocaust, and David Duke's Louisiana (review)

pp. 139-141
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Shake Heaven and Earth: Peter Bergson and the Struggle to Rescue the Jews of Europe, and: America Views the Holocaust, 1933-1945: A Brief Documentary History (review)

pp. 141-145
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While America Watches: Televising the Holocaust (review)

pp. 145-147
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When the Nazis Came to Skokie: Freedom for Speech We Hate (review)

pp. 147-149
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Book Reviews

Irving Howe: Socialist, Critic, Jew (review)

pp. 149-152
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Rebecca Gratz: Women and Judaism in Antebellum America (review)

pp. 152-154
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Decade of Transition: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Origins of the American- Israeli Alliance (review)

pp. 154-156
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How Jews Became White Folks and What that Says About Race in America (review)

pp. 156-159
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Blacks and Jews in Literary Conversation (review)

pp. 159-161
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A Century of Commitment: One Hundred Years of the Rabbinical Assembly (review)

pp. 161-162
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A Second Exodus: The American Movement to Free Soviet Jews (review)

pp. 163-164
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Dispersing the Ghetto: The Relocation of Jewish Immigrants Across America (review)

pp. 165-167
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Abraham Joshua Heschel: Prophetic Witness (review)

pp. 167-169
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Lubavitcher Women in America: Identity and Activism in the Postwar Era (review)

pp. 169-171
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Women Who Would Be Rabbis: A History of Women's Ordination, 1889-1985 (review)

pp. 171-174
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Fighting to Become Americans: Jews, Gender, and the Anxiety of Assimilation (review)

pp. 174-178
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Becoming American, Remaining Jewish: The Story of Wilmington, Delaware's First Jewish Community, 1879-1924 (review)

pp. 178-180
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Contributors

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