Gebhart, Shiurim be-Hagadot Chazal, Shabbat, part 1, (Modiin Illit: 2001), pp.
Rabbi Yehuda Pink sets off to the synagogue with his youngest son, Chanoch
, accompanying the new scroll Picture: Iain Findlay Photo ref.
Raider's claim that during the 1930s, "the climate of American Jewish opinion was generally antipathetic to the Revisionist cause" (97) bears a footnote referring to Chanoch
Rosenblum, "The New Zionist Organization's American Campaign, 1936-1939," Studies in Zionism 12:2 [Autumn 1991]), Pp.
, Richard Bronson, and Daniel Vekstein 1990 "A strategy for testing the empirical adequacy of macrosociological theories.
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1-6, concludes that the Tosefta was compiled in the Amoraic era, and summarizes the differences between Chanoch
Albeck, who considered the Tosefta a much later composition than the Mishnah, and others who consider it closer in time to the Mishnah.
1) Only recently have a handful of historians - Yaakov Shavit, Lawrence Weinbaum, Chanoch Rosenblum - begun to examine the political career of Jabotinsky himself and the impact of his movement, the Revisionist Zionists.
Yaakov Shavit, Jabotinsky and the Revisionist Movement 1925-1948 (London: Frank Cass, 1988); Laurence Weinbaum, A Marriage of Convenience: The New Zionist Organization and the Polish Government 1936-1939 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1993); Chanoch Rosenblum, "The New Zionist Organization's Diplomatic Battle Against Partition, 1936-1937," Studies in Zionism 11 (1990): 154-181 and "The New Zionist Organization's American Campaign, 1936-1939," Studies in Zionism 12 (1991): 169-185.