The Stillborn Revolution? Reforming the Philanthropies

By Richard L. Narva

Response, Fall 1972

Prior to the 1967 War, the majority of the dialogue in the Jewish community was about its very viability, as American Jews worried about total obscurity followed by disappearance But as the '67 War created a whole new Jewish movement, the student movement, there were still many questions about how this movement would mature and interact with mainstream Judaism.

Topic: College Organizations, Generational Issues, Jewish Identity, Jewish Organizations, Higher Education, University Organizations, Campus Organizations, Discourse and Dialogue, Identity

Name of Publication: Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review

Editor: Novak, Bill

Volume/Issue: Vol.6/No.3

Page Number(s): 15-22

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Genre: Article

Coverage: Israel , United States

Language: English

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Narva, Richard L. The Stillborn Revolution? Reforming the Philanthropies. Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review. Response. Fall 1972: 15-22. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=15805


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