Rothenberg Hits Revisionist Aims

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Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, criticized Vladimir Jabotinsky, Revisionist leader, for “throwing a monkey wrench” into the machinery of Zionism. He spoke at the last monthly luncheon meeting of the season of the Association of Reform Rabbis at the Hotel Taft yesterday. Dr. Maurice Thorner presided.

Counseling a policy of caution, Rothenberg declared that the Jews in Palestine can win political rights by numbers, not by petitions to the League of Nations. He said that it is the General Zionist policy to maintain the friendship of Great Britain, not to irritate the government.

Pointing out that General Zionists support the Histadruth, Palestine Labor Federation, solely as a labor organization and not as a Socialist group, he declared, “We are opposed to Jabotinsky’s effort to set up a competing labor union from which only those who exploit labor will benefit.”

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