London: Chicksand Press, 1926. First edition. Softcover. vg. Small Octavo. 18 (2)pp. Decorative color wraps. "The word 'philanthropy' is a combination of two words from the Greek philos, and anthropos, which signifies love for mankind, and if this is the meaning the term is the embodiment of universal good will, why look upon it from a Jewish or a Gentile point of view? What has creed or nationality to do with the act of kindness?" (Author). Examination of linguistic and biblical origins of philanthropy. Aim of the publication is to bring the teachings of Judaism to the average reader in colloquial English. Clip from the Jewish Chronicle of September 30th, 1887, "The Empress of Germany on Jewish Philanthropy" pasted to back free endpaper. Light wear along spine and occasional, minor smudges and light foxing on last two leaves. Wraps and interior in very good condition. (Inventory #: 40931)
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