An Unladylike Profession: American Women War Correspondents in World War I
by Chris Dubbs
Review in Wall Street Journal:
“Mr. Dubbs remarks on the reporter’s duty to report the truth no matter how uncomfortable it might be. The journalists profiled in this absorbing book lived up to that responsibility.”
Touched with Fire: Morris B. Abram and the Battle against Racial and Religious Discrimination
by David E. Lowe
Review from Jewish Book Council:
“[Abram] wrote to President Ronald Reagan that the civil rights movement had turned a dangerous corner and ’should return to first principles — the zealous regard for equal opportunity and the promotion of colorblind law and social policy.’ Lowe, a former vice president for government relations and public affairs at the National Endowment for Democracy, strongly agrees with such sentiments, and, not surprisingly, his biography is a laudatory examination of its subject.”
Celeste Holm Sydrome: On Character Actors from Hollywood’s Golden Age
by David Lazar
Praise from Kirkus:
“Well-observed reflections for true fans of the silver screen.”
Radiance: Creative Mitzvah Living
Edited by Rabbi Neal Gold
Review in Reform Judaism:
“This anthology of his writings is a well-deserved tribute to one of our Jewish community’s creative writers and builders.”
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