The Library of the Jewish People
The Library of the Jewish People seeks to bring together the best writers and thinkers from Jewish history in the fields of Rabbinics, the Arts, and Politics
These foundational Jewish voices will interact, inspire, and teach present and future generations.
The Theodor Herzl Zionist Writings
Theodor Herzl Zionist Writings is the first publication from The Library of the Jewish People to coincide with the 125th anniversary of the first Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland.
This three volume work features 10 years' worth of Herzl's writings including his personal journal, articles, and plays all relating to the formulation of his dream of a Jewish state.
With translations by Prof. Harry Zohn and Uri Bollag, edited by renowned historian Gil Troy, the Theodor Zionist Writings are a necessity for understanding how this one man's vision changed the world.