Palestine: A Study of Jewish, Arab, and British Policies - Vol. 1

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Consultant on Middle Eastern Affairs for The Esco Palestine Study
NATHAN REICH, Ph.D., Columbia University; Assistant Professor of Economics, Hunter College, New York; Lecturer, Columbia University (Extension Division); Lecturer, Teachers College, Columbia University (Summer Session); Director, Research Department, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.
"Industry and Commerce"
* ABRAHAM REVUSKY, B.S., Vienna; Minister of Jewish Affairs, Ukraine; editor of foreign news, Jewish Morning Journal, New York City.
"Land Relations in Palestine Agriculture"
"Population and Cultivable Area of Palestine since the Beginning of Jewish Settlement"
"Industry and Commerce"
"Absorptive Capacity"
"The Parallel Economics of Palestine and Their Probable Evolution"
AVRAHAM SCHENKER, B.S. in Education, College of the City of New York; Formerly, Executive Secretary, Hashomer Hatzair; Formerly, Executive Secretary, Hechalutz; Director, Youth Activities, Palestine Histadruth Campaign.
"The Bi-National Position of the Hashomer Hatzair"
MEIR SHERMAN, B.S., M.B.A., New York University.
"Arab Life in Palestine"
"The Arabs and the Jews"
"Arab Nationalism"
BENJAMIN SHWADRAN, Ph.D.; Research Fellow, Hebrew University, Jerusalem; Director of Research, American Zionist Emergency Council.
"Arab Relations, 1912-1937"
"The Plans for the Solution of the Palestine Problem"
"The Land, Its People, and Its Rulers"
"The Development of the Jewish National Home"
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Deceased.

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