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Stuart E. Rosenberg
United Synagogue Review
Page 14
Vol. 14 (Winter 1961)
Bernard Segal
United Synagogue Review
Page 15
Vol. 14 (Winter 1961)
United Synagogue Review
P. 14. A collage of articles, illustrating the movement and expansion of Jewish communities in post-World War II suburban America
Vol. 14 (Winter 1961)
Left image, page 14

Pages 14-15 from the article "Religious Revival in America - Fact or Fancy?", a debate by Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg and Rabbi Bernard Segal. The first two pages of the article, facing one another, show the first part of Rabbi Rosenberg's comments on the reader's left, and the first part of Rabbi Segal's comments on the reader's right.

Credit: Klau Library, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati, Ohio
Right image, page 15

Pages 14-15 from the article "Religious Revival in America - Fact or Fancy?", a debate by Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg and Rabbi Bernard Segal. The first two pages of the article, facing one another, show the first part of Rabbi Rosenberg's comments on the reader's left, and the first part of Rabbi Segal's comments on the reader's right.

Credit: Klau Library, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati, Ohio
A collage of articles, illustrating the movement and expansion of Jewish communities in post-World War II suburban America
Credit: Klau Library, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Cincinnati, Ohio