Amazoncom a voice that spoke for justice the life and times of stephen s wise suny series in modern jewish history 9780873955393 urofsky melvin i books. A voice that spoke for justice the life and times of stephen s wise melvin i urofsky home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you advanced search find a library covid 19 resources reliable information . Jewish communal life could prosper in this land only if it adopted democratic practices while the promise of america demanded that it adhere to the high standards of social justice elaborated so eloquently in isaiah and micah for wise therefore the battles for democracy in jewish affairs and against antisemitism were part and parcel of his struggles in progressive and liberal reforms a . A voice that spoke for justice the life and times of stephen s wise click on image to enlarge melvin i urofsky author price 9500 hardcover 439 pages release date june 1981 isbn10 0 87395 538 2 isbn13 978 0 87395 538 6 quantity price 3695 paperback 439 pages release date june 1981 isbn10 0 87395 539 0 isbn13 978 0 87395 539 3 quantity available as a google ebook . The life and times of stephen s wise 1982 the historian melvin s urofsky offered the first biography of the rabbi that covered wises life from his arrival in america in the last decade of the nineteenth century his ministry in portland his unflinching commitment for the establishment of a jewish state his long struggle with other reformers to eliminate discrimination against blacks
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