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Title A vanished ideology : essays on the Jewish communist movement in the English-speaking world in the twentieth century / edited by Matthew B. Hoffman and Henry F. Srebrnik.

Published Albany State University of New York Press, 2016.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  320.532089924 VANI    AVAILABLE
Physical description vi, 273 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Matthew Hoffman and Henry Srebrnik -- At what cost comrades? : exploring the Jewishness of yiddish-speaking communists in the United States / Matthew Hoffman -- The scorched melting pot : the Jewish people's fraternal order and the making of American Jewish communism, 1930-1950 / Jennifer Young -- Paul Novick, a standard-bearer of yiddish communism / Gennady Estraikh -- Chasing an illusion : the Canadian Jewish communist movement / Henry Srebrnik -- The Canadian Jewish left : culture, community and the Soviet Union / Ester Reiter -- Jews in the communist party of Great Britain : perceptions of ethnicity and class / Stephen M. Cullen -- Jewish communism in Australia / Philip Mendes -- Jews and communism in South Africa / David Yoram Saks -- Conclusion: the end of a dream / Matthew Hoffman and Henry Srebrnik -- Contributors -- Index.
Other author Hoffman, Matthew (Matthew B.), editor.
Srebrnik, Henry Felix, editor.
Subject Jewish communists -- History.
Communism -- History.
ISBN 9781438462196 (hardcover : alk. paper)