Trotsky and the Jews, by Nedava, by far the most important book written in 70 years, for all, and especially for the Jewish people.
It is not in print, you can buy it second hand through Amazon, my copy came from Rhode Island University Library originally. Spine is faded, has been sitting on a shelf, looks unread as is very clean inside, published 1971, 299 pages, condensed reading but still readable, seems like no second edition, designed by Sidney Feinberg, and the other connection is the Jewish Publication Society of America, so pretty in house. Big question for me unanswered on the web where and how is Nedava today?
I will go through the book page by page and chapter by chapter (I think it so important)
This is not a fast or an easy chore. So far I have delved into parts, as you do, and so far it is very obvious to me that Nedava is a very progressive and intelligent man, that he is very sympathetic and within his own boundaries fair to Leon Trotsky, but he writes from within the Jewish clann, and is totally opposed to socialism in the sense of revolutionary socialism. But heck, I expected that!
I will create a page devoted to this book on Facebook. Due to the pristine condition of my particular copy I doubt if the students in University Rhode Island were fighting over its borrowing. The times that are in it means that there will be more interest in this page.
JOSEPH NEDAVA HAS ARRIVED…ALL THE WAY FROM RHODE ISLAND UNIVERSITY LIBRARY