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From Section 1 – Reform Zionism and Judaism

Perspectives for an Action Program – Reform Judaism and Zionism as Jewish Responses to the Modern Age (1977)

From Section 3 – A Reform Zionist Approach to Zionist Politics

Democracy, Religion, and the Zionist Future of Israel (1987)

From Section 4 – Aspects of Zionist Jewish Education

Introduction
1 – Movement, Youth Movement, Zionist Youth Movement – A Clarification (1987)
2 – For Those That Seek – Self-Fullfillment and Self-Realization (Two Terms – Two Outlooks (1989 – 1993)
3 – Education to Zionism (excerpts) (1989)
4 – Model Community for Zionist Jewish Education (1991)
5 – Policy Guidelines for the Joint Authority for Jewish Zionist Education (1992)
6 – The Meaning of Zionist Education in Our Generation (1992)

From Section 5 – Educating for Reform Zionism

Introduction
1 – A Zionist Youth Movement for Reform Judaism (1977)
2 – Reform Zionist Communities and Values (1984)
3 – What is the Meaning of Your Aliyah Framework (1987)
4 – A Letter to ARZA – ARZA and Reform Zionist Youth Programming (1992)
5 – A Reform Zionist Policy for the Hebrew Union College (1986)

From Section 6 – Reform Zionist Youth Movement in Israel

1 – Authority in Telem Noar – The First Educational Council, Kibbutz Yahel (1980)
2 – Shabbat in Telem Noar (1980)
3 – Telem Noar as a Movement and a Community (1980)
4 – The Circle of Friendship (1981)
14 – The Idea Behind the Ma'amad (1982-1987)

From Section 7 – The Reform Kibbutzim

1 – Reform Kibbutz and Religious Pioneering (1977)
2 – Pioneering Zionism and Reform Judaism – New Ideological Horizons (1977)
3 – Sovereign Chupa (Wedding) – Communal Authority as an Ideology in Cultural Zionism + Appendix (1987)