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Judaism Reading List: Introduction and General (Pt. I)
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   This list is based on an original list developed by Rob Levine, which
   was last posted to the net in February of 1991. Rob's list was culled
   from s.c.j. postings as well as the bibliographies of some of the
   books on this list. This original list has been augmented based on
   bibliographic research done by D. Faigin at the University of Judaism
   in Los Angeles. In June 2000, it was extensively reviewed with
   additional input from Eric Simon. It has also been augmented with
   contributions from readers of s.c.j, mail.jewish, and
   mail.liberal-judaism. It is also based on suggestions found in the
   excellent Jewish Catalog series, which would serve anyone well as a
   sourcebook on Judaism. Contributions to the list have also been made
   by: Steven Abrams, Michael Allen, A. Engler Anderson, Rabbi Charles
   Arian, Jane Aronson, Jim Eggert, Ari Epstein, Mark Frydenberg,
   Michelle Gross, David A Guberman, Douglas Jones, Nadia Kahan
   (Librarian at the Hebrew Union College in Jerusalem), David Kaufmann,
   Arlene Kushner (via Andrea Herrera), Evelyn Leeper, Paul Levites, Jack
   Love, Hillel Markowitz (both alone and in consultation with Rabbi
   Yirmiyahu Kaganoff of Baltimore), Len Moskowitz, Rabbi Josh Segal,
   Steven Seidman, Rabbi Shira Stern, and Andrew Tannenbaum. As usual,
   suggestions for additions or deletions are welcome, as are brief
   annotations for any entry.
   
   A special thank you... Special thanks for her patience and
   understanding go to my wife, Karen, who put up with me hiding at the
   computer for the two months it took to complete the July/August 2000
   remodel of the entire soc.culture.jewish FAQ and Reading Lists. If you
   think the effort was worth it, drop her a note c/o
   [6]maintainer@scjfaq.org.

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