New York, The Inquiry 1930.Cloth, 8vo, xiv, 309 pages. Includes diagrams. 20 cm. Also includes "A reading list"on pages 197-219; and "Other publications of the Inquiry" on pages 307-309. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. PREFACE. INTRODUCTION How a class, a club, and a fraternity got interested in studying their relations to the Gentile world, and how they were helped to make the most of these studies. PART I Outline for Study and Discussion PART II Facts and Opinions The Contributors I. Jewish Handicaps in the Employment Market. By Bruno Lasker 2. The King's County Hospital Case by Harry Schneiderman 3.Jewish Teachers. By Samuel Tenenbaum 4. The Jew and the Club. Extract from The Atlantic Monthly 5. The Size of the Jewish Community and Its Implications. By Marvin Lowenthal 6. Jewish Group Divisions. By Horace M. Kallen 7. Jewish Manners and Manner by Lewis Browne 8. The Jewish Girl's Thoughts on Jewish Life by Emily Solis-Cohen 9. Jewish Anti-Semitism. By Elma Ehrlich Levinger 10. How to Combat Anti-Semitism Among Jewish Children. A letter II. Jews and the Needle Industry by S. M. Melamed 12. Symptoms of Assimilation by Maurice Fishberg, M. D. 13. Prejudice and Literature by Abram Simon 14. The Yiddish Press. By Mordecai Soltes 15. The Conflict of Judaism and Practical Life. By Harry Austryn Wolfson 16. Some Historical Facts Concerning American Anti-Semitism by Lewis S. Gannett 17. Prejudice as a Social Phenomenon by Julius Drachsler 18. The Oppression Psychosis by Herbert Adolphus Miller 19. The Present Needs of Judaism by Solomon Goldman 20. The Need for Self-Criticism by Joel Blau 21. Synagogue and Kehillah by Mordecai M. Kaplan 22. True to the Torah. By Leo Jung 23. The Meaning of Judaism for Jewish Youth by James Marshall 24. Research and Leadership by Ben M. Selekman PART III A Reading List PART IV Suggestions for Discussion Leaders PART V Attitude and Opinion Tests I. Word Reaction. 2. Mutual Criticism a. What Jews Say of Gentiles b. What Gentiles Say of Jews 3.Personal Relations.4. Policy and Program. ApPENDIX Suggested Adaptations of General Discussion Outline for Women's Groups Without Trained Leadership by Emily Solis-Cohen. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States. Jewish question. Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. Very Good Condition. A Beautiful copy. (AMR-8-21).