New York: John B. Alden, 1888. Hardcover. Item #16343
1st edition. Original green cloth with gilt, and decorated boards 12mo. 130 pages. Singerman 3622. A thoughtful, conservative Rabbi's interpretation of Judaism on the conditions of Labor, poverty, and Socialism. Berkowitz was an American rabbi and author, head of Rodeph Shalom congregation in Philadelphia. He was the founder and chancellor of the Jewish Chautauqua Society since 1893, one of the board of governors of the Hebrew Union College, and a member of the publication committee of the Jewish Publication Society. (JE) Singerman 3622. SUBJECT(S) : Labor and laboring classes -- History. Labor and laboring classes -- United States. Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. OCLC: 2343238. Front blank endpaper stuck to pastedown, all text pages very clean and good, Very good condition, very attractive copy. (MX-33-29-XLB-'de).