Steinberg, Milton

(1903-50)
   American rabbi and novelist. He was born in Rochester, New York, and became rabbi at New York's Park Avenue Synagogue. His publications include As a Driven Leaf, The Making of the Modern Jew, Basic Judaism, A Partisan Guide to the Jewish Problem and A Believing Jew.

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