Quest for Inclusion: Jews and Liberalism in Modern American

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Index
affirmative action, 10, 18, 192–93, 203– 13, 215, 224
Agudath Israel, 14, 82, 153, 205, 207– 208, 251n.50, 266n.51
America First, 61, 73–75, 244n.36, 245n.36
American Civil Liberties Union, 71, 90–91, 250n.34
American Council for Judaism, 100–101, 119, 124, 202
American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, 99. See also American Zionist Emergency Council
AFL (American Federation of Labor), 99, 102
American Jewish Assembly, 94–97. See also American Jewish Conference
American Jewish Committee, The; and affirmative action, 204, 207, 209–10; and the American Jewish Assembly, 93–97; and the American Jewish Conference, 96–97, 99–101, 109–10; and the AngloAmerican Committee of Inquiry, 122– 23; and anti-Communism, 132–36, 142; and the anti-German boycott, 47–49; on anti-Semitism 72–73 ; and the Black Power movement, 195, 197–99; and church/state separation, 150–51, 154– 55, 267n.54; and the civil rights movement, 171, 182, 187, 278n.64; and conservatism, 225; and fair employment practices, 144, 146, 180, 264n.35; and the General Jewish Council, 55–57; and the Great Depression, 22; history of, 11–12, 25, 44; on the Holocaust, 120, 123; and immigration reform, 158; on the International Bill of Rights, 112, 115; and the internment of Japanese Americans, 86–88; and interfaith dialogue, 61–62, 64–65, 246n.2; and isolationism, 73, 75; and the Jewish Federation, 14; and the McCarran Act, 139– 40; and radio, 67–68; and the rise of Hitler, 45–46, 49, 50, 52–54, 241n.23; on Soviet Jews, 220; on the United Nations, 112, 114–18, 255n.21; and U.S. entry into World War II, 76, 79; and World War II, 77–78, 80–82, 245n.1, 246n.1; on Zionism, 58–59, 92–97, 108, 118– 20, 123–24, 126–27
American Jewish Conference, The: The First American Jewish Conference; 96– 97, 111, 251n.51, 254n.9; The Second American Jewish Conference, 109–14, 255n.14, The Third American Jewish Conference, 109, 118, 122, 125, 255n.23, 256n.23; See also American Jewish Assembly
American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, 221
American Jewish Congress, The, and affirmative action, 203, 208–10, 283n.40, 283n.44, 284n.44; and the American Jewish Conference, 97, 109; and antiCommunism, 130, 136–37, 142; on the anti-German boycott, 47–48; and antilynching legislation, 176; and the Black Power movement, 194–95, 197, 199– 200; and church/state separation, 149– 50, 152, 155–56, 267n.54; and the civil rights movement, 170–71, 175, 177–78, 182–83, 185–89, 277n.61, 278n.64; and the Cold War, 132; Commission on Law and Social Action, 132–33; and fair employment practices, 143–47; and the General Jewish Council, 55, 57; history of, 11, 13; and the Holocaust, 91; and immigration reform, 157–58, 161–62; on the internment of Japanese-Americans, 87; on interfaith dialogue, 61–62; and the Jewish Federation, 14; and the McCarran Act, 139; and McCarthy, 141; and Ocean Hill-Brownsville, 202–203; and radio, 67–68; and the rise of Hitler in Europe, 44–46, 53–54; and the Rosenberg case, 135; on U.S. entry into World War II, 79; during World War II, 81; on Zionism, 58, 92
American Jewish Labor Council, 137
American Jewish War Veterans, 46

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