Brandeis on Zionism: A Collection of Addresses and Statements

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BRANDEIS
ON ZIONISM

A Collection of Addresses and Statements by Louis D. Brandeis

With Foreword by
Mr. Justice Felix Frankfurter

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA WASHINGTON, D. C.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introductory Note iv
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • True Americanism 3
  • The Jewish Problem, How to Solve It 12
  • Sympathy for the Zionist Movement 36
  • A Great Vision 37
  • To Be a Jew 39
  • The Jewish People Should Be Preserved 43
  • Strain Every Nerve 46
  • The Fruits of Zionism 49
  • A Call to the Educated Jew 59
  • Group Liberty 70
  • Dreams May Be Made into Realities 71
  • American Aid 73
  • The Zionist Movement is Democratic 75
  • Every Jew a Zionist 76
  • Numbers Count 80
  • The Victory of the Maccabees 82
  • Not by Charity Alone 84
  • Blackstone and Herzl 89
  • Democracy Means Responsibility 91
  • The Common Cause of the Jewish People 97
  • Zionism Brings Understanding and Happiness 110
  • Members, Money, Discipline 112
  • The Time is Urgent 113
  • Efficiency in Public Service 116
  • The Pilgrims Had Faith 126
  • The Human Resource 134
  • Realization Will Not Come as a Gift 136
  • The Only Promising Road 143
  • Palestine Has Developed Jewish Character 144
  • Jews and Arabs 150
  • A Zionist's Vow 154
  • Jews Will Continue to Enter Palestine 155
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