By Matthew B. Hoffman,Henry F. Srebrnik

First entire exam of the increase and decline of the Jewish communist move within the English-speaking world.While a few books and articles were written approximately Jewish Communist companies and their supporters particularly international locations, a tutorial therapy of the general flow in line with se has but to be released. A Vanished Ideology examines the politics of the Jewish Communist flow in Australia, Canada, nice Britain, South Africa, and the USA. notwithstanding formally a part of the bigger global Communist move, it constructed its personal particular ideology, which used to be infused as a lot via Jewish resources because it was once encouraged via the Bolshevik revolution. The Yiddish language teams, specifically, have been interconnected via foreign events resembling the area Jewish Cultural Union. Jewish Communists have been capable of speak, disseminate details, and debate matters akin to Jewish nationality and statehood independently of alternative Communists, and Jewish Communism remained an important strength in Jewish lifestyles until eventually the mid-1950s.

Matthew B. Hoffman is affiliate Professor of Judaic experiences and background at Franklin and Marshall collage and the writer of From insurgent to Rabbi: Reclaiming Jesus and the Making of contemporary Jewish Culture.

Henry F. Srebrnik is Professor of Political technological know-how on the college of Prince Edward Island and the writer of Dreams of Nationhood: American Jewish Communists and the Soviet Birobidzhan undertaking, 1924–1951.

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