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Jacob, Walter (ed). Dynamic Jewish Law: Progressive Halakhah Essence and Application. Rodef Shalom Pr; 1998. Paperback. ISBN 0-929699-03-3.
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Levy, Felix. "Moses Mendelssohn's Ideas of Religion and Their Relation to Reform Judaism", in Yearbook of the CCAR, Vol 39. CCAR, New York. 1929.

Marcus, Jacob R. Israel Jacobson: The Founder of the Reform Movement in Judaism. Timewise; 1972. Paperback. ISBN 0-878200-00-2.
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Meyer, Michael A. Response to Modernity : A History of the Reform Movement in Judaism. Oxford University Press, New York, NY. 1988. Wayne State Univ Pr; 1995 (Paperback Reprint edition) ISBN 0-814325-55-6.
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Meyer, Michael A. (ed); Plaut, W. Gunther (ed). A Reform Judaism Reader: North American Documents. Paperback (July 2000). ISBN 0-807407-32-1.
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Philipson, David. The Reform Movement in Judaism. New York: Ktav Pub. House. 1967.

Plaut, W. Gunther. The Growth of Reform Judaism. World Union for Progressive Judaism, 1965.

Plaut, W. Gunther. Rise of Reform Judaism Sourcebook European. Central Conference of American Rabbis; 1963. Hardcover. ISBN 0-807400-89-0.
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Silver, Daniel J. and Bernard Martin. A History of Judaism: Europe and the New Worldides. Basic Books. 1974. ISBN 0-465030-07-6. Out of Print.

Soloff, Mordecai, How the Jewish People Lives Today. Union of American Hebrew Congregations. 1940.

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