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Dealing in Futures: The Story of a Jewish Youth Movement

by Baer, Max F

Condition: Near Fine/VG


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Washington, D. C: B'nai B'rith International, 1983. Inscribed by author on recto of ffep.; Blue simulated leather, white titles on front board & spine, [5], v, 378 pp, footnotes, index. Slight wear to corners & spine ends. DJ has small tears & creasing at corners & spine ends; in Brodart archival cover. History of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization by its long-time director. From the DJ: "Dealing in Futures is more than the story of a Jewish youth movement, it is a penetrating analysis of how the Jewish community has changed in the last 60 years...." Shipping weight 2 lbs.. First Edition. . Near Fine/VG. 23½ X 15½ cm.

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