Spanning Years Of Jewish Experience In This Country, A History Of The Jews In America Is An Essential Chronicle By The Author Of The Course Of Modern Jewish HistoryWith Impressive Scholarship And A Riveting Sense Of Detail, Howard M Sachar Tells The Stories Of Spanish Marranos And Russian Refugees, Of Aristocrats And Threadbare Social Revolutionaries, Of Philanthropists And Hollywood Moguls At The Same Time, He Elucidates The Grand Themes Of The Jewish Encounter With America, From The Bigotry Of A Christian Majority To The Tensions Among Jews Of Different Origins And Beliefs, And From The Struggle For Acceptance To The Ambivalence Of Assimilation
Howard Morley Sachar was an American historian He was Professor Emeritus of History and International Affairs at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C and the author of 16 books, as well as numerous articles in scholarly journals, on the subjects of Middle Eastern and Modern European history.
- 1072 pages
- A History of the Jews in America
- Howard M. Sachar
- 28 March 2017 Howard M. Sachar