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

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Index
AACI. See Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry
Acheson, Dean, 5, 137, 149, 154; and Levison, 138, 146, 159, 181, 185; and Merriam's memorandum on partition, 150; Rosenwald's contacts with, 124, 140
ACJ. See American Council for Judaism
Adler, Cyrus, 23, 26
Agudat Israel, 28
AJC. See American Jewish Committee
Alexander II, tsar of Russia, 8
aliyah, 9, 11, 13, 200
Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums, 17
Alling, Paul, 112
American Council for Judaism ( ACJ), 1, 3-6, 16, 34, 35, 78, 195-201; acceptance of partition as fait accompli by, 172, 191; and AJC, 82, 103-104, 125, 141; and American Jewish Conference ( 1943), 75-77; and Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 4, 130-133, 138-141, 152; anti-Zionist campaign of, 4, 72, 76, 88-91, 92-94, 98-103, 114, 116, 120-127, 132-134, 140, 144, 148-149, 150-151, 160, 162-164, 165-166, 169-171, 181-187; binational state rejected by, 114; on British loan, 144; and Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons, 4, 152, 161; claim to represent more than opposition to Jewish state, 173; and CJP, 181, 185; and congressional resolutions on Palestine ( 1944), 92-94; cooperation with State Department of, 5, 138-139, 140-141, 159-160, 162-163, 172, 180, 182, 184, 186, 197; defection of rabbis from, 53, 60, 64, 79-81; dissociation from Jewish state by, 164, 173, 177, 178, 189-191; distinction between Judaism and Zionism made by, 101, 156, 160, 176; early organizational efforts of, 68-69, 74-75; emergence of Israel and crisis within, 189; estrangement from Jewish community of, 86, 107-108, 127, 140-141, 176, 194, 197; on Exodus-1947, 165; failure of, 198-199; formation of, 1, 57-78; funding of, 85-86, 195; geographic basis of support for, 83; Heller's peacemaking effort toward, 62-65; Holocaust and failure of, 5, 59-60, 86, 198; and humiliation at 1943 CCAR convention, 72-74; impact of Israel's creation on members of, 81, 191; impending UN vote ( 1947) and anxiety within, 172-173; on integration, 108, 173, 190; on Jewish Agency's claim to represent all Jews, 148-149, 159, 162; on Jewish brigade, 101; on Jewish vote, 99, 151; as lay organization, 81; leadership of, 81-82, 208-211; and liberalization of immigration, 4, 71, 90, 93-94, 102-103, 124-125, 131-132, 134, 139, 151-152, 161, 170-171; membership and centers of, 78-86; memorandum to Hull ( 1944), 102-103; memorandum to Marshall ( 1947), 169-171; memorandum to Truman ( 1945), 120-121, 124; memorandum to UNSCOP ( 1947), 163-164; and 1944
elections, 100-101; Palestine peace plan offered by ( 1947), 170-171; Philanthropic Fund of, 194; philosophy of, 3-4, 70-71, 177-178, 195-196; policy of, after UN partition vote ( 1947), 175-178; post-1948
public-affairs program of, 191-192; rabbis in, 79-81, 206-207; and reconsideration of partition, 178, 180-187; refusal to liquidate itself, 63-64, 190; rejection of Morrison-Grady plan ( 1946) by, 145; rejection of UNSCOP partition plan ( 1947), 171; religion neglected by, 81, 89,

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