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Rebecca Erbelding::Rescue Board: The Untold Story of America's Efforts To Save the Jews
Philip Wexler::Social Vision: The Lubavitcher Rebbe's Transformative Paradigm for the World
Alan Zweibel::Field Guide to the Jewish People
Jonathan Weisman::(((SEMITISM))) Being Jewish in America in the Age of Trump
Rabbi Ariel Burger::Witness: Lessons from Elie Wiesel's Classroom
Michael Roizen::What to Eat When
Chanie Apfelbaum::Millenial Kosher
Naftali Hanau and Mitch Gruber::in conversation
Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook::Israeli Soul
Rachel Barenbaum::A Bend in the Stars
Armando Lucas Correa::The Daughter's Tale
Jennifer Cody Epstein::Wunderland
Daniel Oz::Further Up The Path
Robert Kravetz::Baby Boomer Baseball: True Stories from the Golden Age of the Game
Michael Lasser::City Songs: An American Life 1900-1950
Judith Viorst::Nearing 90 (And Other Comedies of Late Life)
Julie Orringer::The Flight Portfolio

Get TicketsSunday, November 3, 2pm, JCC Auditoriums
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Philip_WexlerPhilip Wexler

Social Vision: The Lubavitcher Rebbe's Transformative Paradigm for the World
(Herder & Herder, 2019)

Insightful and compelling, Social Vision: The Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Transformative Paradigm for the World examines the life and work of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, one of the most influential personalities of the 20th century and the only rabbi ever awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. Social Vision explores his social ideas and activism charting a practical path for the universal repair of society.

Philip Wexler is the author of 18 books. He is the executive director of the Institute of Jewish Spirituality and Society, and emeritus Professor of Sociology of Education and Unterberg Chair in Jewish Social and Educational History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Formerly, he was founding dean of the Warner Graduate School at the University of Rochester.

Eli Rubin is an editor and research writer at

Michael Wexler is the author of six books of both fiction and non-fiction, including the acclaimed young-adult fantasy series The Seems.

Generously underwritten by
The Kessler Family and Friends of Michael Wexler from Camp Seneca Lake

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