Weekly Acquisitions

The following items were acquired by the Simon Wiesenthal Center Library during the period of July 30-August 3, 2018:

The American Jew: Confronting the Realities
David L. Lieber
1981
Paperback book

American Jews and Israel in the Bush Era: A Public Address at the Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies
Stuart E Eizenstat
1989
Paperback book

Black-Jewish Relations in the U.S.: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets and Articles
Paperback book

Black-Jewish Relations in the United States: A Selected Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, and Articles since 1980
Cyma M Horowitz
1990
Paperback book

Current Concerns in Germany and in German-American Jewish Relations: Summary of a Conference Held by the American Jewish Committee and the Atlantik-Brucke, in NYC, January 17-19, 1993
1993
Paperback book

Ellis Island
Leslie Allen
1990
Paperback book

Final Act: UN Conference on Freedom of Information
1948
Paperback book

In Memory of Children of the Holocaust
By members of the Literature of the Holocaust Class, Cleveland Heights High School
1974
Paperback book

The Jews of Australia: An Introduction
1987
Paperback book

The Los Angeles Rebellion, 1992: A Preliminary Assessment from Ground Zero
James H Johnson, Cloyzelle K Jones, Walter C Farrell, Melvin L Oliver
1992
Paperback book

The Meaning of Jerusalem to Jews, Christians and Muslims
R J Zwi Werblowsky
1995
Paperback book

National Leadership in American Jewish Life: The Formative Years
Arthur A Goren
1986
Paperback book

Public Opinion before and after a Spring of Discontent: A Preliminary Report on the 1992 Los Angeles County Social Survey
Lawrence D Bobo, James H Johnson, Melvin L Oliver, James Sidanius, Camille Zubrinsky
1992
Paperback book

The Situation of the Jews in Today's Germany
Micha Brumlik
1991
Paperback book

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