- (1896-1986)American Con-servative rabbi and Zionist leader. He was born in Philadelphia and served as a rabbi of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in New York. He was president of the Jewish National Fund of America and the Zionist Organization of America. He also served as a member and officer of various Jewish, interfaith and public organizations. In 1961 he settled in Israel, where he was world chairman of the Keren ha-Yesod-United Israel Appeal. He wrote a history of his congregation in New York and also published collections of sermons and essays.
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