New York, Labor Zionist Organization Of America, Poale Zion, 1951. Item #40038
First edition. Original paper. 4to, 3,1,2, 8 pages [total of 14 mostly single-sided pages]; 35.5cm. A total of 4 Mimeograph publications on Poale Zion letterhead. In English. DP/Early Statehood-era public position papers on issues of the day in the first years of the Jewish state for use in the Jewish press. Eg.: "It is becoming increasingly clear that for our organnzation to play its historic role in the building of the State of Israel and the shaping of the Jewish national future, it must become a more potent force in AMerican Jewish life....It is practically impossible for any organization to occupy a position of prominence in AMerican Jewish affairs without association with some defense agency" (p. 1 of No. 10). Baruch Zuckerman, president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America, “was a leading American-Israeli zionist, one of the leading proponents of Yad Vashem, editor of Yiddishe Kempfer, and a leading figure in the Farband and Histadrut campaigns” (Wikipedia, 2016) . Dr. Berl Frymer was a prominent Labor Zionist as well, holding a variety of leadership positions. SUBJECT(S) : Labor Zionism, Politics. OCLC lists no holdings. Slight toning. Minimal markings and tears. Library stamp. creases from mailing. Very good condition. (zion-12-11A).