- Title Pages
- 1 Living Locally, Organizing Nationally, and Thinking Globally
- 2 Jewish Diplomacy at a Crossroads
- 3 The Stalinist “Great Break” in Yiddishland
- 4 Permanent Transit
- 5 Polish Jewry, American Jewish Immigrant Philanthropy, and the Crisis of 1929
- 6 Jewish American Philanthropy and the Crisis of 1929
- 7 Territorialism and the ICOR “American Commission of Scientists and Experts” to the Soviet Far East
- 8 From Universal Values to Cultural Representations
- 9 The Struggle over Yiddish in Postimmigrant America
- 10 When the Local Trumps the Global
- 11 Patterning a New Life
- 12 David Vogel
- 13 Radical Conservatism
- 14 Desire, Destiny, and Death
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