Vol. 100 Nbr. 3, July - July 2016
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- Editor's introduction.
- American exception? William Eaton and early national antisemitism.
- 'The Hebrews are appearing in court in great numbers': toward a reassessment of early twentieth-century American Jewish immigration history.
- 'Peculiar resistance': tuberculosis, identity and conflict among Jewish physicians in early- twentieth-century America.
- American responses to the Holocaust: new research, new controversies.
- Dreams defended and deferred: the Brooklyn schools crisis of 1968 and Black Power's influence on Rabbi Meir Kahane.
- Becoming Un-Orthodox; Stories of Ex-Hasidic Jews.
- Roads Taken: The Great Jewish Migrations to the New World and the Peddlers Who Forged the Way.
- Beyond Sectarianism: The Realignment of American Orthodox Judaism.
- Wednesdays in Mississippi: Proper Ladies Working for Radical Change, Freedom Summer 1964.
- That Pride of Race and Character: The Roots of Jewish Benevolence in the Jim Crow South.
- Klezmer: Music and Community in Twentieth-Century Philadelphia.
- The Rise of Reform Judaism: A Sourcebook of its European Origins.
- Necrology: William Toll.
- Wasserman Prize.