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POLITICAL STATEMENTS 



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THE NEW ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA 

ON THE JEWISH QUESTION AND THE PALESTINE SITUATION 



Published by 

THE NEW ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA 
55 West 42nd Street - - NewYoik 



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To give expression to the interest, sympathy and moral support of 
the American people for the Jewish National Home in Palestine 



THE AMERICAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE, inaugurated April 30th, 
1941, is the vehicle for the expression of the sympathy and good will of 
Christian America for the movement to reestablish the Jewish National 
Home in Palestine. On September 21, 1922 this movement received the official 
sanction of the government of the United States when President Warren G. 
Harding affixed his signature to a joint resolution adopted unanimously by the 
Senate and House of Representatives and reading as follows: 

"RESOLVED by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America 
in Congress assembled, 

THAT the United States of America favors the establishment in Palestine of a National 
Home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may 
prejudice the civil and religious rights of Christian and all other non- Jewish communities in 
Palestine, and that the holy places and religious buildings and sites in Palestine shall be 
adequately protected." 

The policy approved in this resolution has also received the public endorsement 
of all the presidents of the United States since 1917: Woodrow Wilson, Warren 
G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Today, 
by reason of the inhuman persecutions of which millions of Jewish people are vic- 
tims, the fulfillment of this policy is an urgent and tragic necessity. In the past 
twenty years, moreover, Palestine has demonstrated its capacity to absorb large 
numbers of Jewish immigrants. In 1920 the Jews in Palestine numbered 83,000; 
today there are more than 550,000. Since 1933 Palestine has given refuge to 280,000 
victims of persecution, a number exceeding those who have found havens of safety 
in all the rest of the world. That Palestine could accommodate millions of additional 
inhabitants is attested by competent expert evidence. 

THE AMERICAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE extends moral support to this 
great humanitarian effort by disseminating the facts with regard to the progress of 
the Jewish National Home and by seconding, with its collective and individual 
influence, all proper measures that may be taken for its furtherance. 



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HADASSAH 
MANUAL 

PUBLICITY 

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Contents t ^ 

Value of Publicity I5 ° 

Hadassah's Responsibility '50 

What Is Publicity?! ' 5I 

What Makes News? I51 

WhatHadassah Happenings Make News? '53 

The Publicity Chairman ,55 

Duties of a Publicity Chairman '55 

Things to Know About a Newspaper '56 

How to Write a News Story '58 

How a News Story Should Look '5° 

Feature Stories ; ,59 

Photographs I6 ° 

News Stories from the National Office '60 

The Anglo-Jewish Press ' 6I 

Radio I61 

Cooperating with Other Organizations '62 

Bibliography I64 




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TWENTY - SECOND 
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Cleveland, Ohio 



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Addresses before 

The United Nations 

at Lake Success, New York 
May 8 and 12, 1947 

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Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, of Cleveland, Ohio, President of 
the American Section of the Jewish Agency for Palestine; 

Mr. Moshe Shertok, Head of the Political Department 

of the Agency 

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Mr. David Ben-Gurion, Chairman of the Executive Com- 
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THE TURNING POINT 



by 
DR. EMANUEL NEUMANN 

PRESIDENT, ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA 



Based on his 

Presidential Address to the Annual Convention of the 

Zionist Organization of America 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Julys. >948 







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PALESTINE AND NEAR EAST SERIES 



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TEST OF 
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Can Zionism Be Achieved? 






DAVID ^BEN-GURION 

Chairman of the Executive of the 
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American Palestine Committee 

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AMERICAN EMERGENCY COMMITTEE FOR ZIONIST AFFAIRS 

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New York, N. Y. 

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77, Great Russell Street, 

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March, 1940. 



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Palestine in the Jewish School 



A Manual for Principals and Teachers 



by 
SAMUEL GRAND 

Consultant, Jewish Education Committee 
of New York 






AMERICAN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION 

Joint Agency of the 

Zionist Organization of America and Hadassah 

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