The Political World of American Zionism

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Abel, Walter, 278
Adams, James Luther, 374
Adler, Cyrus, 115, 118, 194, 355, 359
Agudas Israel, 33, 67-71, 119, 139, 142, 168, 321, 348, 386
Agus, Jacob B., 58, 374
Albright, William F., 182, 374
Alfange, Dean, 184, 374
Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union, 158, 162, 163, 168, 369
American Cancer Society, 189, 212, 380
American Christian Palestine Committee. See American Palestine Committee, Christian Council on Palestine
American Committee for Weizmann Institute, 325
American Council for Judaism, 39, 40, 95, 97, 115, 126, 132, 135, 143, 178, 186, 253, 265, 301-9, 315, 342, 347, 360, 364; formation of, 86-92, 351- 52; and American Jewish Conference, 224, 246-48, 393; Zionist counterpropaganda against, 281-92, 387, 393-96
American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, 7, 30, 147-48, 268. See also American Zionist Emergency Council
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, 162, 166, 169-70, 174, 260, 370, 371
American Federation of Polish Jews, 31, 152, 185, 231, 232
American Friends of the Hebrew University, 117, 325
American Friends of the Middle East, 186
American Fund for Palestine Institutions, 325
American Institute of Public Opinion, 39
American Jewish Assembly. See American Jewish Conference
American Jewish Committee: positions on Zionism, 114-67passim, 357-65passim; and American Jewish Conference, 221-50passim, 382-86; and anti-Semitism, 306-7; and anti- Zionists, 86, 284, 393; communal power of, 52, 199, 208; cooperation with Zionists, 192, 221, 304; Zionist attack on, 178, 188, 206, 303, 304 American Jewish community: nature of, 2, 45-59passim, 62-65, 114, 298- 99; control by philanthropy, 198- 200. See also Political arena; "Center Bloc"; "Left Bloc"; "Right Bloc"
American Jewish Conference, 32, 34, 37, 92, 95, 129-36, 139, 148-53, 166- 68, 174, 219-51passim, 304, 309-12, 347-48, 352, 366, 381-87, 393
American Jewish Congress: character of, 52, 150-52; methods of, 114-15, 118, 120-21, 152, 172, 260; and Nazism, 31, 118, 164, 359; and American Jewish Committee, 122, 132, 139, 306; and American Jewish Conference, 132, 221, 230-34, 249; positions on Zionism, 33, 151-53, 264, 300-301, 366
American Jewish Trade Union Committee for Palestine, 166-75passim, 272, 304
American League for Labor Palestine, 76, 231
American Legion, 181
American Mercury magazine, 275
American Palestine Committee, 179,

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