Jews in the South

By Leonard Dinnerstein; Mary Dale Palsson | Go to book overview

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DAVID BERNSTEIN has been editor and chairman of the board of the Sun-Bulletin ( Binghamton, N.Y.) since 1960. Both he and his wife, Adele, who at one time was a reporter for the Washington Post, have collaborated on numerous magazine pieces. Mr. Bernstein has also written The Philippine Story ( 1947).

MARVIN BRAITERMAN resides in Baltimore, where he practices law and is active in local Temple affairs. He is counsel, Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism; director of education and research, Religious Action Center, Union of American Hebrew Congregations; and author of Issues of Conscience: Religion and the Public Schools.

THOMAS D. CLARK is Distinguished Professor of American History at Indiana University, and Professor Emeritus, University of Kentucky. He also wrote Pills, Petticoats, and Plows and Southern Country Editor.

LEONARD DINNERSTEIN is Professor of History at the University of Arizona. He is the author of The Leo Frank Case; co-editor, with Frederic Cople Jaher, of The Aliens: A History of Ethnic Minorities in America, and editor of Antisemitism in the United States.

JOSHUA A. FISHMAN is Research Professor of Social Sciences at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Yeshiva University, New York City. He has been a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and a Senior Specialist at the Institute of Advanced Projects, East-West Center.

MURRAY FRIEDMAN is director of the Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland Office of the American Jewish Committee. He also teaches intergroup relations at the Albert M. Greenfield Center of Human Relations at the University of Pennsylvania and LaSalle College. His articles have

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