Sectors of American Judaism: Reform, Orthodoxy, Conservatism, and Reconstructionism

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Orthodox Stream, The Reform Movement, The Conservative Movement and Reconstructionism by Jacob B. Agus. From Guideposts in Modern Judaism. An Analysis of Current Trends in Jewish Thought, by Jacob B. Agus . N.Y., 1954: Bloch Publishing Co., pp. 20-50, 51-84, 85-102, and 125- 133. © 1954 by Jacob B. Agus. Reprinted by permission of Jacob B. Agus.

A Sociological Analysis of Contemporary Orthodoxy by Charles S. Liebman. From Judaism, Vol. XIII, 1964, pp. 285-304. © 1964 by the American Jewish Congress. Reprinted by permission of the American Jewish Congress.

The Reform Rabbi by Theodore I. Lenn. From Rabbi and Synagogue in Reform Judaism, by Theodore I. Lenn, and associates, N.Y., 1972: The Central Conference of American Rabbis, pp. 384-407. © 1972 by The Central Conference of American Rabbis. Reprinted by permission of The Central Conference of American Rabbis.

The Limits of Liberal Judaism by Jakob J. Petuchowski. From Judaism, Vol. XIV, 1965, pp. 146-158. © 1965 by the American Jewish Congress. Reprinted by permission of the American Jewish Congress.

A Challenge to Orthodoxy by Emanuel Rackman. From Judaism, Vol. XVIII, 1969, pp. 143-158. © 1969 by the American Jewish Congress. Reprinted by permission of the American Jewish Congress.

The Reform Synagogue: Plight and Possibility. From Judaism, Vol. XVIII, 1969, pp. 159-176. © 1969 by the American Jewish Congress. Reprinted by permission of the American Jewish Congress.

Reform Is a Verb by Leonard J. Fein. From Reform Is a Verb. Notes on Reform and Reforming Jews, by Leonard J. Fein, Robert Chin, Jack Dauber, Bernard Reisman, and Herzl Spiro. N.Y., 1972: The Long Range Planning Committee of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. © 1972 by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Reprinted by permission of the Union of Americah Hebrew Congregations.

Selection: pp. 140-152.

Orthodox Sectarians by Charles S. Liebman. From "Orthodoxy in American Jewish Life," by Charles S. Liebman. In American Jewish Year Book 1965. Volume 66. N.Y., 1965: The American Jewish Committee and Philadelphia, 1965: The Jewish Publication Society of America, pp. 21-98. © 1965 by The American Jewish Committee and The Jewish Publication Society of America. Reprinted by permission of the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Publication Society of America. Excerpt: pp. 67-85.

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