Bibliography: p. 441-462.
|Statement||[by] Louis J. Swichkow and Lloyd P. Gartner.|
|Series||Regional history series of the American Jewish History Center of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, The Jacob R. Schiff library of Jewish contributions to American democracy,, no. 16|
|Contributions||Gartner, Lloyd P., 1927- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F589.M6 S85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 533 p.|
|Number of Pages||533|
|LC Control Number||63013260|
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