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Lewyn Addresses America

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  1. Camden After The Fall, Howard Gillette
  2. Jews, Greeks and Barbarians, Martin Hengel
  3. The Hellenistic Age, Peter Green
  4. Dracula, Bram Stoker
  5. The Rebbe, Samuel Heilman
  6. Searching for Zion, Emily Rabouteau
  7. Calling Dr. Laura, Nicole J. Georges
  8. The Religion of Israel, Yezekhel Kaufman
  9. Going Rogue, Sarah Palin
  10. Blackout, James E. Goodman
  11. The Jew Store, Stella Suberman
  12. Little Women, Louisa May Alcott
  13. Torah Commentary of Ramban (aka Nachmanides) (edited by Charles Chavel)*
  14. Willpower, Roy Baumeister
  15. Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On, Mark Reinecke
  16. Rambam’s Ladder, Julie Salomon
  17. Reverence, Paul Woodruff
  18. The Invention of Brownstone Brooklyn, Suleiman Osman
  19. The Book of Theodicy, Saadia ben Joseph
  20. Modern Arcadia, Susan Klaus
  21. Civitas by Design, Howard Gillette
  22. The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, David I. Kertzer
  23. Climatopolis, Matthew E. Kahn
  24. The Decline and Fall of Practically Everybody, Will Cuppy
  25. The Undercover Economist, Tim Harford
  26. The Wannsee Conference and the Final Solution, Mark Roseman
  27. The Witness House, Christiane Kohl
  28. The Grand Inquisitor’s Manual, Jonathan Kirsch
  29. 1492: The Year The World Began, Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
  30. The Book of Jeremiah: A Commentary, Solomon Bennett Freehof
  31. Rebuilding the Ark: New Perspectives on Endangered Species Act Reform, Jonathan Adler
  32. God and Evil, David Birnbaum
  33. Sidewalks, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris
  34. Jewish Education and Society in the High Middle Ages, Ephraim Kanarfogel
  35. Studies in Judaism, Solomon Schecter
  36. Idolatry, Moshe Halbertal
  37. My Father at 100, Ronald Reagan
  38. City Rules, Emily Talen
  39. Who’s Your City?, Richard Florida
  40. Cities and the Creative Class, Richard Florida
  41. Shoah, Claude Lanzmann*
  42. The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit, Lucette Matalon Lagnado
  43. Angel for Shabbat, Marc Angel
  44. What Men Want, Bradley Gerstman
  45. The Wars of the Lord, Volume 2, Levi ben Gerson (Gersonides)
  46. The Housing Bias, Paul Boudreaux
  47. Boulevard of Dreams, Constance Rosenblum
  48. The Politics of Philo Judaeus, Howard L. and Irvin R. Goodenough Goodhart
  49. Lives of Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers, by Bryan Mark Rigg
  50. Falaquera’s Epistle of the Divine, by Steven Harvey
  51. Exodus and Revolution, by Michael Walzer
  52. The Conversion Crisis, J. Wolowelsky and E. Feldman
  53. Plato and the Talmud, Jacob Howland
  54. Triumph of the City, Edward L. Glaeser
  55. Apocalypse Against Empire, Anathea E. Portier-Young
  56. A Blessing on the Moon, Joseph Skibell
  57. The English Disease, Joseph Skibell
  58. The Neighborhoods of Queens, Claudia Gryvatz Copquin
  59. The World in a City, Joseph Berger
  60. Sustainable Urbanism, Douglas Farr
  61. Why We Pray What We Pray, Barry Freundel                                                          (Subtitles are omitted unless necessary for you to understand what the book is about- reviews are at

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