by Edgar M. Bronfman

“A Jew in America: My Life and a People’s Struggle for Identity”

By Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, Harper San Francisco

Arthur Hertzberg’s memories are a fascinating read. During his 80 years in America he grows from a very poor son of immigrants in Baltimore to become a Conservative rabbi, a teacher and lecturer, a fighter for decency and for Israel. We meet people we’ve all heard of, seen through his eyes. And we go with him on his travels to Israel, beginning at the birth of the Jewish State.

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