Jews against Zionism: The American Council for Judaism, 1942-1948

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ABBREVIATIONS
ACJC American Council for Judaism Collection, American Jewish Archives,Cincinnati, Ohio
ACJ-NY Records, American Council for Judaism, New York, New York
ACJP American Council for Judaism Papers, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison
ACJP-R American Council for Judaism Papers, Unprocessed Rosenwald Papers, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison
ACJP-X American Council for Judaism Papers, Unprocessed Papers, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison
AJC-RCA American Jewish Committee Record Center and Archives, New York, New York
CCARYB Central Conference of American Rabbis Yearbook. Vols. 18-92 ( 1908-1982) (published by the CCAR annually in various cities).
FRUS U.S. Department of State. Foreign Relations of the United States, Diplomatic Papers ( 1941-1948). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.
GLLP George L. Levison Papers, San Francisco, California (now in author's possession)
Hearings U.S. Congress, House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Hearings on H. R. 418 and H. R. 419, Resolutions Relating to the Jewish National Home in Palestine. 78th Cong., 2d sess., 1944.
LWP Louis Wolsey Papers, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio
Minutes, A.C. Minutes of Atlantic City Meeting of Non-Zionist Rabbis, 1-2 June 1942, Louis Wolsey Papers
MSLP Morris S. Lazaron Papers, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio
SSWC Stephen S. Wise Collection, American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio
SSWP Stephen S. Wise Papers, American Jewish Historical Society, Waltham, Massachusetts
WHFR William H. Fineshriber Records, Archives of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

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