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The Reports Are Corning In

fundamentals, there may come that transition from Fulmn'uonnoluse=Nusynol

ETRO IT BW1511 ORON1CLA
.....,
-

utopia to science in Zionism—a change which will

h

AS WE GO
ALONG

By AAV HAMON GOYIM
place the movement upon a solid, sure, substantial
basis, and perhaps in the process, many illusions, en-
be thrown s o ver-
thusiasms and beliefs may have world Jewry a w ell
ing house situation In order to deter-
Prent d an Editor
Joseph J . Cummins,esid
The end is definitely in sight. The
mine the possible relation of adult
ta n a a n n ena Z n allann allnentlf
board,
with
the
resultant
benefit
to
w
Jacob H. Behnke., Business M anager
final solution of the problems which
ge to t
have fatigued the American public for
vgahondaruancy.
The is Young
as
to
Zionism.
Men's
Advancement League
soon to
Reflection.
Zotered as Becond.clas• matter March I, 19111, at the PostofAca at Detroit,
For one thing, however, we are deeply thankful to
these ninny years is rapidly approach-
Mich, under the Act of March 3, 1E9.
publish the report of its special com-
UGO STINNES, it is said, never
ing.
Those
who
have
not
followed
the
Dr. Ruppin. He has at least given a frank, straight-
puttee
appointed
la
months
ago
to in-
looked at the ethical side of a
General Offices and Publication Building
of the various commissions
quire into the relation of walking to
forward statement of what he conceives the ultimate question. If business required a activities
West
duly
appointed
by
the
Federal
Gov-
the
solution
Of
municipal
transporta-
SAW to
850 High Street Cable Address' Chronicle
ruthless proceeding, Stinness
ernment and by the State, municipal
position of present day Zionism is.
tton problems. This report promises
it was gone through with be-
Telephone. Glendale 9300
it that
and county governments, not to men-
to offer constructive ideas in the work-
London Office:
The solution of the pressing, urgent problems of
coming cruelty. If anti-Semitism
tin the city clubs, civic leagues,
14 Stratford Place, London ■ _________--------
W. 1, England
ing out of a prbolem that has tanta-
served the industrialist's purposes,
European Jewry are such. that one can scarcely be
church federations and current prob.
lined the City Council, the State Legis-
....
.......
....
........
$3.00
Per
Year
nothing
was
left
undone
to
arouse
..
in Advance........... ...
blamed for seeking Utopias. Men have sought Utopias the populace against the Jewish peo- lems associations, have only the puni- lature, as well as the community as a
Subscriptio
correspondence and new. natter must reach this
from the time of Plato down through the centuries.
ple. It never occurred to hint that to
est c o nception of the tremendous
Whole, for .years unnumbered.
To insure publication, all
commissions
amount of work these bodies have ac-
office by Tuaulay_rening of each week.
malign a people for selfish ends con-
These are not the only
Many of the glorious ideas envisioned by Utopians
complished.
lit work. They merely suggest
stituted
an
ignoble
act.
One
might
no
Tbe Detroit Jewleh Chronicle invitee correspondence on ttubjecte of interest
to
y
is
by
no
means in-
have
been
incorporated
in
our
ever
changing
social
and
ment
the
tasks
to the Jewish people, but disclaims responsibility for an indoreement of the
use his imagination for a vivid mo-
that the community'
Consider for a m o

• problems which press
•Iews expres•ed by the writers,
ilemnt to
economic structures, but not once has a whole Utopian ment and ask what were the thoughts which these commissions have app le
for determination. Quietly and un-
themselves. If you still have nnsgiv
of this sinister man of wealth as he
Niaan 21, 5684 program been realized.
lay on his death-bed waiting for the
ings as to the felicitious times th
obtrusively, and without the slightest
April 25, 1924
Dr. Ruppin will scarcely bionic is in America if we
t' n our civic and education-
will be ushered in when the . mall
tiun,
.
end to conic.
themselves
If only one could invent a mechan-
do these multifarious inquiries re
al societi es are dedicating themse
insist upon taking a scientific attitude to his ultimate
ism by which men might be put in a
to the work of bringing about a syn-
translated into appropriate legis a-
Dr. Ruppin's Zionism.
the
attention
of
to
justification of Zionism. We call
temporary state of reflection such as
tion, you are hopelessly out of ci 1-
thetic correction of the economic, so-
Dr. Arthur Ruppin, who is described by ''The Dr. Ruppin and his confreres the failure of the most a man would indulge in just before sonance with the trend of modern li e vial and industrial ills and abuses
and one
indifferent to the di.-
final curtain lowers. It might
New Palestine" as one "whose opinions on the eco-
which obtain roundabout them.
ambitious social and economic experiment ever at- the
hese commissions is zeal-
voted efforts of the readiest minds of
One oft
nomic development of Palestine take precedence tempted by man—Russia.. Aside from political, dip- solve ninny a wearying problem.
ously gathering material for its re-
the nation.
a
over those of any contemporary," sets forth his views
oat
on
the
subject of "The Abolition
We
shall
make
mention
of
only
lomatic, external economic reasons, the failure of Rus-
Cruelties of History.
of the commissions and surveys p
on Palestine in an article bearing the title, "A New
sia to achieve a communist society was due to the lack H ISTORY will not leave . the gteat few
which have been operating in recent of National
Newspapers
as a Fundamental
of
Efficiency."
Another has
Jewish World Message," in the issue of April 11, of
of industrial equipment, and technique, and a scarcity LI alone. It is .always investigat- times. Even these few will give you launched its inquiry into the subjea
inc something or other, someone or
"The New Palestine."
of skilled labor. These facts apply even to a greater another. Until recently, ' Solomon a pretty comprehensive view of the of Government regulation of the
bounties which are hound-
stenography and typewriting profes-
We are anxious to anticipate any asperities or
extent in Palestine, for in addition. to the deficiencies Levitan, state treasurer of Wiscon- prospective
ing our way. When the fruits of
sion as an element in the program of
sin, was heralded as the first Jew in
unfounded criticism of the point of view hereafter
of Russia, it has neither raw materials nor fertile soil.
these
investigations
are
incorporated
business reconstruction. A third has
this country la, hold so exalted an of-
set forth. We are pronouncedly, distinctly in favor
into
the
life
of
the
nation,
the
Ameri•
brou ght in its findings of its inquiry
fice. On the basis of this fact, our
into curfew laws as an aid in the re-
can people will have indubitable cause
of Zionism, but that adherence does in no manner
good friend Mr. Levitan made cease-
for
rising
as
one
and
calling
the
in-
ductile of the high cost of essential
Jewish
Publication
Society.
less copy for the Jewish papers. In-
predispose us to accept any half-baked, uncritical
luxuries. This report answers the
The annual meeting of the Jewish Publication So- terviews with him came often, photo- vestigators blessed.
The
reign
of
the
B.
C.
L
is
doom,
Utopianism as to the method of acquiring a Jewish
question affirmatively and maintains
in as many poses as his pie-
s l os t
ciety was held March 30. This act alone may hot be graphs
i s about to breathe. hi
with an assurance supported by vo-
ed. I
turesque form made possible adorned
Homeland, either in Palestine or elsewhere.
.. . is w in -. the throes of a miserable
ale
luminous scientific evidence that the
of
special
import.
To
those
who
are
unacquainted
the papers and wise saws were drawn
Dr. Ruppin, Chaim Weizmann, our friend Judge
and nee nizing death. It is true that
tion
Society
a
statement
from his lips to inspire ambitious
higher wa', Iftire of the community, par-
slow,
hut
with
the
work
of
the
Publica
.
is
inordinately
Rosenblatt (to select three figures in the Zionist
young men gazing upon the distant
ticularly as it relates to. the question
his pai-ssing'
f
ts
efforts
is
both
opportune
and
necessary.
the
prolongation
of
his
tortures
should
movement) are so well versed in the history and tac- of i
horizon.
The Society has contributed in a silent. persistent ' in But,
alas, this was not to remain
of Europe
that t all soda fountains, ice-cream par-
perpetuity. Some anxious fellow be a source of gratification to us.
tics of the social and economic movements
Inca and candy emporiums he compel-
manner its share to whateyer knowledge n e i
that
they
'will
unhesitatingly
subscribe
wretched life is being ma ne insulter_
led to close at 10 o'clock,

an
-
able
by
the
blows
directed
against
These casual references to investi-
discovered
that
the
first
Man
to
hold
c
to the dictum that every social and eonomic
mote
of state treasurer was Leo-
him by the consecrated commissions,
gallons being made in this comniun-
damentals if it is to remain vital anti continue to of subjects has been limited only by the financial and the
ffiee
for
two
terms
took
`'
surveys
and
investigations
at
work
as in every other ammmunity of
.
u ll Levy, who
icy,
physicist handicaps which it has had to overcome. A p charge
throughout the length and breadth of
of the finances of Indiana
a population of 1,500 or over, indicate
Thus the Levitan tradition is rude-
issued
so
that
exhaustive
and
accurate
that
the American people are alive
the country.
function and grow. Consequently we feel assured year book is
shattered. The former Jewish ten
Over in Washington, behold General
to Jews may be tv migrant
who
attained
to
eminence
in
that they as well as the other leaders of Zionism will information on all matters of interest
commanding the national to their
needs to and
are
tenaciously
de-
termined
effect
a condition
of things
A work of fiction, Wisconsin will have to seek other Stone
-
breastworks, aided by a several mil-
available for those interested.
that will be characterized by ifulsonw
accept any constructive criticism as a valuable sere
-
laurels. If only the investigators
lionalollar corps of antiprofiteersmen,
history, a volume of essays or poetry are the usual con
.
silent service men and investigators. prosperity and widespread haPPiness.
not to
would stop investigating.
ice rather than a disservice.
These inquiries, of course, are
---•
In a recent biographical sketch of Weizmann, tributions during the year.
Ile is a mighty general, Stone is, as
la. confused with the multifarious sur-
Last
year
the
poetry
of
Ibn
Gabirol,
translated
by
you may have discovered on behold-
Mingling With the. Great.
veys
that
arc
being
conducted
by in-
his biographer told of his early associations with the
his picture in the papers; an in-
unon the "island set in the silver ing
trepid warrior, not unlike Jason of old dividuals throughout the United
leaders in of Europe,
the various
social
economic
manta
and how
he and
bested
them in move-
many Israel Zangwill, was the outstanding literary event.
the England not of the _dip-
symmetrical strength. States and its island possessions. Only
This genius is surely a superman. Not only is he a t L' o sea," and
occasional inklings of the labors of
in large and ,
the commercial attaches
amhatg aCcoantitearNeVdtlitiall
it is his equally intrepid co-war-
thesekainntnatluifirin
disputations. Dr. Ruppin in the article reveals an novelist and dramatist of the first order, but a thinker - but of the poets, comes Robert But

rums
who
are
going
to
bring
home
the
-
Bridges, poet laureate, hoary with
of
unusual
brilliance
and
profundity
;
an
essayist
of
ex
-
c
m
t
0
A
expectant
,a
nnt
tnn
intimate and extensive knowledge of social and eco
ns of these investigations it ap-
a a t atthge n.
age, calm with mature attainment,
Golden
eii en pePinnies
u tuurr
Just
pears that pertinent and invaluable
nomic movements, while Judge Rosenblatt in his cellence. One could think this sufficient for our man, master in the technique of poesy, to
-
volume on but he has in store a real surprise. lie is an liebraist
complete
their
investigations
and
cur-
tleationnsiaaratf. itrnetnaceattioathrey,oafa
gd,nefluaetnacdeanotfa
his
a
n
,
c
o
mik
nli
t
cntortn,en
rie
Zion Commonwealth has nOntributed
sprneaad the soaf
-
veys. biJi rgaiye them an Tooppztunity
able
to
make
a
translation
of
Ibn
Gabirol
which
is
tie
the land tenures proposed for Palestine which leaves
ofaMichigan. Like the
,!
personi fled ipn( its national congress,
fnesUnnVerYsity
-
conduct ifhroerir
'`'
Mr.
its stinky legislatures and various-
no
doubt himself
in the mind
his readers
that
has ac Glared by experts to be of such beauty and charm that
impatient wI u t lereitTerya.
peripatetics of ancient
quainted
With of ancient
as well
'as he
modern
g
the
campus
hearings,
take
down
depositions
and
hued city councils and county com
Bridges will walk along Greece,
movements which have for their purpose the freeing of one would readily imagine that Gabirol had written his of the university in the company of gather evidence. The plan of attack slum, that will herald the event of t he

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new and most blessed era.

the land from the numerous burdens imposed upon it. verse originally
in English.
The Publication
Society issues such gems with of the old bard, the art of his speech, not particularly adept in the science
To these commissions, surveys,
quiries and investigations, whether
of modern economic inquiry.
approach to those problems that
In the studies which they no doubt have made, one out- regularity. They bring home to the people of Israel his
Now turn your gaze in either di-
conducted by organizations or indi-
are more vital than those of sociol-
that every Utopian
realm. Where will you turn first?
viduals, singly or collectively; wheth-
fact
has been
movement
finally
gave revealed
way to a — scientific movement all the learning and wisdom of the past, as well as the .
a and economic s. '
standing
fact
er by business me.n's_asaoaciataiso,nass anad .
It really makes no difference, for no
A fine experiment this, one that
of
with consequent increased strength and soundness to best which modern Jewry produces. We may talk end- ogy
matter whither you look you will come
will follow with a view
lessly about our literary and historical heritage but, educators
.group absorbed re societies
determining whether the plan should f ?Pon some inqu
and study c m t. s• , no mote
u nions dorbp131)1.1,el
whont concetv:
it is closed up in books which we are unable to read
in the labor of investigating
investigating sonie so- hoe
be adopted in other institutions o.
ter where, when or . by .
movement.
if
be-
ed—to
thes
learning.
But
strictly
speaking
it
is
cial
or
economic
problem
the
solution
e investigations, inquiries,
and understand we can only take the word of those
We feel that the long introduction is necessary
not so novel that
as it pervades
appears. The
cold of which should eventually vouchsafe
surveys and commissions we can only
-
atmosphere
the class
cause we were impressed by the purely Utopian char
who are able to read that language.
fruitful and multiply" and
delectable boon of one kind
-
e.
g es o ntantd thaepurely
If you are really interested in Judaism, its past
aster of Dr. Ruppin's position on the problem of Pal
tnor soother.
otaher. There is, for example, the say: "Be
si
tween
teacher
and
pupil
do
not
result
commission
appointed
by
the
senior
yield
unto
us the glorious boon of
bounteous prosperity.
anti present, and if you want it to be more widely leonTil ofreolNiocolle
satins as a Jewish Homeland.
class of Beatitude College for Worn
that the educe
Dr. Ruppin sets forth the communal co - operative appreciated in the future, no better way of accomplish- in the understanding.tablish
en to investigate the r lotion of the
,between
cola to the physical
POWER OF SCIENCE
character of the agricultural and industrial enterprises in this purpose can be recommended than the reading instructor
. ive process should es
and instructed. We sorely high cost of coca
need the personal contact between and mental stamina of the American
in Palestine as contrasted with the individualistic en- and study of the boons issued by this organization.
people. Or take the survey that is be-
teachers and learners.
----_
in conducted by the Argosy Culture
I attended a gahering of scientkt'
terprises in Europe and America.
gislative bud_
The Jewish point of view from very
u I certain branch 01
"It is not the conscious desire to experiment which
Club of the various l e
in na
i l ce t
Gompers on Immigration.
olden times was that men should

deterhmine the relative
o
ia
h
-
i aaleadttliiiny. alert • v. rtr e riasemble
gets
in
order
t
ihter know)-
gave the colonies. their communal tinge. It was the
Samuel Gompers, president of the American Fed
attach leo sienvernaplresttaatteees
learn tiring ea r,seektte hig r,
men
and
women
from Norway, Japan
the wise {iifiptonzetaintaeonw h t
i
and Gar
thefraternal
combination of circumstances and the natural instinct eration of Labor, has sent a special communication to
Holland, England, Italy .
i
r
teasche
curia
many.
Almost
every
nation was rep
rned
from
eduestionai
leag
dancing in modern
,
The
Jewish
so
wise
all
the
organizations
affiliated
with
the
parent
body.
of the colonists."
and the not
resented. And here they were al
In closing Dr. Ruppin asks for the support of Zion - He urges organized labor to support the Johnson immi- sages knew how 'to respect the sa cub.
united
by • a commas
It is quite refreshing to note that
.s
united, joined together
.

gacity of youth and the young men
endeavor, their differences banished
'
e
per
cent.
of
the
American
9a
nearly
ism "This
for the indeed
following
reason:
teachers as loving sons
is the
ultimate justification of the gration bill. If he had his way about it the Johnson followed their minded
the various tones blended Into on
population is determinedly absorbed
fathers.
Men
bill would be tabled and a bill to exclude all aliens follow high
in the ponderous ( uestions which will
the genie
that it will furnish to the perplex -
walked the streets of Palestan and
b, be answered if, as the Arneri- accord, one bramony. iri, Such
is th
Zionist movement —
Babylonlan cities and exchanged with have people have relentlessly vowed, power of science, miser
such a b l e,
ed idealists and leaders of the western world a unique would Samuel
be substituted.
can
Gompers
is
an
alien.
He
is
an
English
turine
one
another
the
treasures
of
their
uu
nly
'srpc
e
"m
ar
de
the period of economic bliss is to be
a na (g1
i'i feratint.enceV htaotsapern
ryaen
of a social order, something which they Jew. In this connection we must mention that some minds In
academies
,f)rfe Sure
saclae(al
and "thy culture" and forget what
intintnhaeirintma ii,Lalt,ich Etahcah noaf
-
elan
sages
-
and thou owe to the dead ages-1
themselves may have dreamed of, but have been em
youth sat eagerly at itrlittroadrwaand.an
weeks ago in this column while speaking of Secre
organizations
disciples and
Egypt and Greece, to Rome and Jeri
potent to create in their own world. If this should
ran readily he categorized has un-
the feet of the wise. Democracy Ni
Salem
come to pass, it would in reality be nothing more than tary Davis we had occason
to
state
that
often
the
fact
dertaken
to
solve
one
or
more
phases
the acquisition of experience did not
id
not
dispose
him
to
accord
The truth revealed by Newton at
.
of the problem of social unrest, to
a man was an alien e d
undermine the aristocracy of learn
Galileo and Copernicus and Evade
. 'peo-
the secularized realization of the prophetic dream of that
which
about
99
per
cent.
of
the
aristocracy's
ett;
the same privileges to others which he was enjoying. ing. It only enlarged
unuostic,
fermi-
ea rned tirlirl'eginSeari aaZth&m
pie are labnrtously, if unconsciously,
the Jewish people ; the formulation in modern
an d
We are unable to understand his great pertur - domain.
contributing gargantuan snarls.
the
ancient
message
which
it
set
out
to
bring
muse
of
Shakespeare
and
Goethe
al
bation in this matter. lie is actually panic-stricken
. • The Manufacturers' Association has
no logy Of
Revival of Paesover.
llorMer and David belong to eve
to
by the prospect of the defeat 'of the bill. This is a s)Assonen was celebrated by Jeaas • directed its executive committee the
And the future brotherho
the world."
race.
a commission to study
Almost identical terminology can be found in the
of man will read with wonder a
l throughout America with much designate
advisability of recommending to the
gusto. Whether it was the insistent
preamble of every Utopian experiment from Owen and sample "A of bill it: of greatest importance to the interests of h u-
laugh with amusement at the chi
university
the
erection
of
a
Greek
ash generations who spoke of "i
ties, or ,an awakening
urge
of
social
manity in general and labor in particular is pending in
Fourier down to the last communal experiment in Am-
religious impulse, or the stirring open-air theater as an aid in the cam-
truth" and "thy truth," "my ligl
the Senate and House of Congress. The opposition to this
paign to attract outside industries to
erica. If one should take the trouble to read the ex -
and "thy light, " "my culture a
memories
of
perhaps
the
most
sig
bill is so trenchant, so. active, on well organized and no
the city. The Amalgamated Parents
"thy culture."—Dr. Joseph Krina
cant event in the life of Israel that
tenant book of Hindman on "American Communes"
politically influential that there is danger that the oppo-
and Teachers' Associations are en-
in "Revisits and Revisions."
brought
the
restless
ones
to
the
fam-
anion will succeed in preventing action at this session of
of the city's lodg-
survey
the same idealistic. Utopian terminology will be found,
a
gaged
in
ply board, no one can say with any
Congress unless all organized labor and friends of hu-
and what is more, in many of these communes, which
degree of definiteness. Or was it the
manity act immediately. The bill is the 'Immigration Re-
cold blasts of unfriendliness that ,
had equally lofty and sublime purposes, the material
striction Bill.' "
h flapdoodle and have been blowing upon us here of
hich
conditions were far more propitious than those w
late that explains the revival of in,
Th is alarm for humanity is so mud
exist in Palestine. Besides, the communes were from
ti.neresett i;;Iats h,neveSe;ler and in the mean-
the very outset self-supporting, receiving no assistance balance:
humbug. if The
fate
of
humanity
does
not
hang
in
the
ing at
the
Johnson
bill
is
defeated
the
country
will
all event:, the first part of the
the
from any
outsiders,
while
the
members
of
the
corn-
festival of freedom was observed in
WhO is like unto Thee to uncover the deeps,
were fitted by training, education and traditions not go to perdition and humanity will not be destroyed
ok and corner in American
without hope of salvage. Samuel Gompers knows this.
And who hath Thy power to raise and cast down?
-i t h more than habitual en-
Jewry
r
-
nwo
.
e
n
for the
they
undetook. hail been destroyed It may be of greatest importance to labor in particular, Ye thusiasm. Both the secular and the
Show Thy marvelous love to the captive who weeps,
And work
even which
if these
experiments
teyb,ei
t lsuc ahn t l live )mi.na
rderlatois.,4z:new
0 Worker of wonders, of awesome renown!
and had not disintegrated, they would not have proved but even in this regard ny we
are not
persuaded
or-
danger
even
from an that
unpre-
in it an uncommon source of inspir-
o ut ganized l abor is in a
-
anything, for the fact that a group could work
ation and import. Only the unknow-
Thy children beloved intoned a new song
its destiny anti salvation. either religious or economic, cedented influx of Eastern and Southeastern Euro-
c n l a itlhtaot
ing any),
When Egypt's proud host found a watery grave,
cevents
d Jihee Exodus, the
would by uo means prove that the hundreds of millions peons. The American Federation of Labor is made up of preceded
There was praise from the saints in their jubilant
and the developments that
living in Western civilization could follow the experi- skilled workers who really have a vested Interest in followed it, one great unwersla les-
throng
applicable not only to Jews but
their skill and ability. These immigrants for the most son
ment with any success.
, When the wheels of the chariots clogged in the
to the whole world, the world that,
European Jewry which has suffered untold misery part belong to the unskilled classes, and no sincere
like the Bourbons, never learns, but,
wave.
and privation can take but little comfort in Zionism if genuine effort has been made to organize them in the unlike the Bourbons, always forgets.
"the ultimate iustitIcation of the Zionist movement" 40-odd years since the American Federation of Labor
Thy fondlings storm-tossed were all weeping and tired
Why the Sporting Page?
-consists in the fact "that it will furnish perplexed ideal-
When the great roaring flood-tides before them
has been in existence.
R. EMANUEL LASKER'S recent
ists and leaders of the western world a unique develop-
exhibition
in
this
country
of
his
Perhaps the fear Mr. Gompers has is founded upon D
arose,
chess
player
made
it
pos.
social
order.'"Iney
want
things
more
sub-
a
as
the notion that the monopoly of jobs controlled by the skill
But Thy hand led them safe to the haven desired foes.
ment on a
sible for the newspapers to add va-
stantial. We want something more substantial, and American Federation is in danger if ninny immigrants riety to their sporting pages. But
And the waterns returned, overwhelming their
more especially trom our Zionist leaders. We want should come here. This artificial monopoly cannot be why the 'sporting pages? The game
which
scholars
and
princes
of
the
something tangible, real and substantial for the suffer- maintained even though no immigrants come, inasmuch realm played in order to reveal their
The chariots of Pharaoh and all that great host
ing Jews, where they can at least eke out an existence
as the economic changes going . on
of mental agility has as much relation-
God cast in the billows and covered them o'er,
. in the industries
rt ificial con- ship to baseball and boxing as Jap-
in the new home.
But His people trod sea-bottom, coast unto coast,
anese
cherry
blossoms
have
to
the
We here in America, who have no immediate and America are constantly undermining
the a
He admonished the sea and it dried like the shore.
investigation into the oil scandal. The
n a measure exer cise.
they iute
who contested with Dr. Lasker
/ urgent need for a change of residence can view the trol wh
ichundis pd fact rema i ns that in the last year Men
The
last Tuesday and Wednesday even-
whole experiment objectively and dispassionately, and
Thus, Lord, do Thou Zion support and uphold,
render a verdict as to the feasibility as well as the de- with a restricted immigration policy the American Fed- ings are hardly to be classed with
Arise, for the hour of her grace is at hand,
pugilists, tennis players and mara-
mobility of the experiment. We are not wholly satin- eration of Labor lost more than 1,000,000 members.
thon runners. We are not asking-
The day long appointed to sing as of old.
feed with the social and economic arrangements of The fate of organized labor does not seem to depend chess players to draw their skirts
God reigneth, His Kingdom forever shall stand.
r the Western civilization, but. in the light of past con- much on immigration. We must really look to other
about them lest they be soiled. But
just as art news, book reviews and
foreign
affairs
have
places
in
the
SOLOMON IBN GABITI0 1
ap.
munal efforts under infinitely more favorable condi- factors.
newspapers in which they logically
a nn m drk laa b n or d . s tudy of labor needs and less
(Translated by Israel Zangwill
[ions, we can hardly subscribe to this Zionism if such
to
helpful
both
belong, so ought there be a becoming
peal to prejudice and laziness will be
place for news of chess contests.
IS its ultimate justification.
humanity
ii o
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