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September 04, 1981 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, September 4, 1981

Labor Day As- sessmen,t of U.S.

Nazis Arrested

BONN (JTA) — Police in
Hannover arrested 40
neo-Nazis and sympathiz-
ers during an unauthorized
rally by the Nazis in that
city.
Among those arrested
were six British soldiers
stationed in the - Rhein
army . ' in West Germany
and one French civilian who
participated in the rally.

Labor Day marks the in-
exorable end of summer va-
cation, but it is also the oc-

Jewish tradition iden-
tifies very strongly with the
laborer, whom it regards as
a co-partner with God in the
work of creation. Judaism
therefore would support the

who confront the anxieties
of inflation and unemploy-
ment.

creatively for imaginative
solution's to our problems,
not only for the welfare of

By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

IA Seven Art, Feature)

casion for facing the human
problems of working people

need to face realistically
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labor, but as well for the
well-being of America.
With all the badmouthing
flung at America these days
in anti-capitalist polemics
from Communist and some

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Third World nations, it is of
more than passing interest

to observe that America,
with all its admitted fail-
ings, is still the most prod-
uctive nation in the world.
The proletariat Utopia
called the Soviet Union
ironically comes repeatedly
to America for millions of
tons of wheat, corn and soy-
beans in order to feed the
Soviet and East European
masses.
Obviously, the United
States is doing something
right. At the core of the
right-doing, I submit, is
the freedom of the work-
ing people whose dignity,
status and rights are a
bedrock feature of
American democracy
which the brave people of
Poland are now seeking
to realize.

There is obvious and
compelling need to meet the
pressing unemployment
and poverty needs of mil-
lions of Americans, but
Labor Day reminds us that
a democratic society can
and must meet those needs
without compromising
human dignity and free-
dom.

Hellman Novel
Looks at Woman
Facing Challenge

"Double Standards"
(Doubleday), a novel by
Aviva Hellman, is the story
of a woman who gave up her
identity, personal ambi-
tions and needs for the sake
of her husband, home and
children, only to find herself
alone and out of step with
the times. .
Set in the social and polit-
ical circles of New York,
Southampton and Europe,
Ms. Hellman details the life
of Beth Van Ess, who defies
the standards of her world
in the 19505 and marries
Adam Stillman, a liberal
Jewish lawyer in whom she
sees a magnetism the men
she grew up with do not pos-
sess.
Then, at 50, and settled
into a state of contentment,
she is suddenly faced with
Adam's decision to leave her
for a woman half her age.
Beth is left to ponder what
went wrong and how she
will survive.
As Beth looks back
over the last 30 years of
her life, searching for
clues, her discoveries are
those of many women of
her generation. "Double
Standards" offers a mov-
ing portrait of the
rapidly-changing morals
and manners of the last
three decades and their
effect on women who
grew up in a more de-
fined era.
Aviva Hellman was born
in the United States, lives
in New York and spends
much of her time in Tel
Aviv. "Double Standards" is
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