Melamed, Samuel Max

(1885-1938)
   American writer and journalist. He was born in Lithuania, and in 1914 settled in the US, where he edited periodicals including the American Jewish Chronicle. His writings include Der Staat in Wandel der Jahrtausende, Psychologie des Judischen Geistes and Spinoza und Buddha.

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