Feinberg, Abraham L.
- (1899-1986)American Reform rabbi. He was born in Bellaire, Ohio. He served congregations in Niagra Falls, New York, Denver and Toronto. He was an advocate of liberal social causes, a supporter of nuclear disarmament, and an opponent of the Vietnam War. His works include Storm the Gates of Jericho and Hanoi Days.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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