My Life as a Radical Jewish Woman

My Life as a Radical Jewish Woman

Autobiography of Puah Rakovsky, who broke from traditional upbringng to become a professional educator, Zionist activist, and feminist leader in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century Poland.

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