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Title: "European Monetary Unification and Its Meaning for the United States"
Author: Lawrence B. Krause, Walter S. Salant
Publisher: The Brookings Institution; ASIN: 0815750323
Year of publication: 1973

Title: "From Central Park to Sinai: How I Found My Jewish Soul"
Author: Roy S. Neuberger
Publisher: Jonathan David Publishers, Inc., 68-22 Eliot Avenue, Middle Village, NY 11370
Year of publication: 2000
Subject: Written with unbridled passion, uncommon humility, and disarming candor, "From Central Park to Sinai" takes us on a tumultuous emotional journey from an empty security life to a world of spiritual richness, guided by the belief that there is a very real entity Who created the world and whose rules we are obliged to follow. Roy Neuberger's remarkable transformation from a Central Park rich kid to a deeply religious Jew mesmerizes, fascinates, inspires, and ultimately comforts us with the knowledge that if we dare to look within, we, too, can find the path to Sinai.

Title: "WORLDSTORM: Finding Meaning and Direction Amidst Today's World Crisis"
Author: Roy S. Neuberger
Publisher: Israel Book Shop in Lakewood, NH
Year of publication: 2003
Subject: See: Worldstorm

Title: "Import Liberalization and Employment: The Effects of Unilateral Reductions in U.S. Import Barriers"
Author: Walter S.Salant and Beatrice Vaccara
Publisher: The Brookings Institution; ASIN: 0815776969
Year of publication: 1961

Title: "Love Affair With a City: The Story of Stanley M. Isaacs"
Author: Edith S. Isaacs
Publisher: Random House, New York
Year of publication: 1967
Subject (from dust jacket): Stanley M. Isaacs (1882-1962) was a Republican by affiliation, a conservative by family tradition, and yet a political liberal who fought hard for civil rights, decent housing and adequate education for all New Yorkers. To friends and opposition alike he became "Mr. New York." In this warm and charming memoir, Mrs. Isaacs writes with grace and wit of her husband's public and private life, the Isaacs family, and their somewhat irresponsible and irrepressible Japanese servant Joji, who added his own brand of chaos to the Isaacs home. She also recounts the many incidents of the Stanley Isaacs/Robert Moses feud, and tells the facts of the famous "Gerson affair," which cost Isaacs a second term as Borough President of Manhattan and destroyed the possibility of his becoming Mayor.

Title: "The Old Guard and Other Addresses"
Author: Myer S. Isaacs
Publisher: Privately printed: The Knickbocker Press, New York
Year of publication: 1906
Subject (From first chapter entitled "Biographical Memoir): The addresses and essays which are included in the present volume, while they represent only a small portion of his activity on the platform, are characteristic of his matured opinions on subjects of vital interest to Judaism. In their present form, it is hoped that they will be rescued from forgetfulness, and be treasured as a precious memorial of a life dedicated to high aims, fragrant with loving service, and crowned deservedly with God's blessing.

Title: "Salant, CBS, and the Battle for the Soul of Broadcast Journalism: The Memoirs of Richard S. Salant "
Author: Richard S. Salant, Susan Buzenberg (Editor)
Publisher: Westview Press
Year of publication: 1998, paperback in 1999
Subject (from Amazon.com web site): The only authorized, insider book on the history of broadcasting, by Richard Salant, former head of CBS News and the "patron saint" of broadcast journalism. Salant, CBS, and the Battle for the Soul of Broadcast Journalism tells the story of CBS News during its golden era. The late Richard S. Salant was president of CBS News for sixteen years throughout the 1960s and 1970s. He became widely recognized by journalists as the "patron saint of television news." During his tenure, Salant confronted issues of enormous importance-Vietnam, the civil rights movement, and Watergate-and launched the first thirty-minute Evening News, CBS Morning News, and 60 Minutes. Along the way, he hired Mike Wallace, Roger Mudd, Dan Rather, and Diane Sawyer.

Title: "Samuel Myer Isaacs: A 19th Century Jewish Minister in New York City"
Author: E. Yechiel Simon
Publisher: Available from UMI Dissertation Services, 300 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 1-800-521-0600, which labels itself the central source for almost every doctoral dissertation accepted in North America since 1861.
Year of publication: September 1974 dissertation for Bernard Revel Graduate School Yeshiva University, New York
Subject (in introduction): It is, therefore, quite surprising that Samuel Myer Isaacs, hazan and preacher in New York City for thirty-nine years (participant in the dedication ceremonies of over forty-seven synagogues throughout the country by the year 1870, fully twelve years prior to his death), could be almost ignored by many notable source books and practically unknown by others. It is startling that a founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital, an editor of a weekly newspaper from January 2, 1857, until his death twenty-one years later, an organizer of the Jewish Board of Delegates, a staunch advocate of orthodoxy and a spiritual leader of two prominent congregations could have been almost overlooked by many American Jewish biographers. The writing of this treatise has been motivated by a desire to correct this oversight and to pay tribute to the memory of one of the most outstanding American Jews of the nineteenth century.

Title: "Worldwide Inflation: Theory and Recent Experience"
Author: Lawrence B. Krause, Walter S. Salant (Editor)
Publisher: The Brookings Institution; ISBN: 0815750307
Year of publication: 1977

Title: "The Creep"
Author: Jeffrey Frank
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Year of publication: 1968
Subject: A novel, set in the New York of the mid-1960s.

Title: "The Columnist"
Author: Jeffrey Frank
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Year of publication: 2001
Subject: A novel, set in mid-to-late 20th Century Washington.

Title: "The Stories of Hans Christian Andersen: A New Translation from the Danish"
Author: Diana Crone Frank and Jeffrey Frank
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Year of publication: 2003
Subject: A fresh translation of twenty-two tales, along with a biographical essay, part of which appeared in The New Yorker.

Title:"Bad Publicity"
Author: Jeffrey Frank
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Year of publication: 2004
Subject: A novel, set in mid-to-late 20th Century Washington.

Title:"Ike and Dick, Portrait of a Strange Political Marriage"
Author: Jeffrey Frank
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Year of publication: 2013
Subject: Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard Nixon - An account of perhaps the most intriguing and dysfunctional political marriage in history.

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