The Quiet Voices: Southern Rabbis and Black Civil Rights, 1880s to 1990s

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Prefaceix
Introduction Mark K. Bauman1
PART I: Genesis
Rabbi Max Heller, Zionism, and the "Negro Question": New Orleans, 1891-1911 Bobbie S. Malone21
Morris Newfield, Alabama, and Blacks, 1895-1940 Mark Cowett39
A Plea for Tolerance: Fineshriber in Memphis Berkley Kalin50
PART II: The Heyday
"Hamans" and "Torquemadas": Southern and Northern Jewish Responses to the Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1965 Marc Dollinger67
Civil and Social Rights Efforts of Arkansas Jewry Carolyn Gray LeMaster95
Rabbi Sidney Wolf: Harmonizing in Texas Hollace Ava Weiner121
Rabbi David Jacobson and the Integration of San Antonio Karl Preuss135
The Prophetic Voice: Rabbi James A. Wax Patricia M. LaPointe152
Rabbi Grafman and Birmingham's Civil Rights Era Terry Barr168

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