The International Jewish Labor Bund after 1945 charts the efforts of the surviving remnants of the movement to salvage something from the wreckage. Covering both the Bundists who stayed in communist Eastern Europe and those who emigrated to the United States, France, Australia, and Isreal, the book explores the common challenges they faced.
Jewish Radicals explores the intertwined histories of Jews and the American Left through a rich variety of primary documents. Written in English and Yiddish, these documents reflect the entire spectrum of radical opinion, from anarchism to social democracy, Communism to socialist-Zionism. Rank-and-file activists, organizational leaders, intellectuals, and commentators, from within the Jewish community and beyond, all have their say. Their stories crisscross the Atlantic, spanning from the United States to Europe and British-ruled Palestine. The documents illuminate in fascinating detail the