The early annual NJCRAC agendas did not notably include Israel's security or its relationship with America.
In hindsight, that 1966/67 NJCRAC proclamation would have served better by simply referring to a need to help repair-and avoid the consequences of-the centuries-old gap between the American Idea and the black American reality.
Epstein, National Director of the ADL, quoted in Naomi Levine, Executive Director Designate, American Jewish Congress, "Affirmative Action, Preferential Treatments and Quotas: Papers from the Plenary Session, NJCRAC, June 28-July 2, 1972, Los Angeles," New York, 6, Klau Library, Cincinnati.
(58.) "Policy Statement of the American Jewish Committee," Jewish Currents 24 (1970): 5; Arnold Forster, A Measure of Freedom: An Anti-Defamation League Report (Garden City, 1950), 119; Albert Chernin, quoted in Naomi Levine, "Affirmative Action, Preferential Treatments and Quotas, Papers from the Plenary Session, NJCRAC, June 28-July 2, 1972, Los Angeles," 21, 24, Klau; Bernard Fryshman, Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity: An Overview, June 1976, 6, 9, 14, 26; letter to the editor, New York Times, quoted in David Petegorsky, CLSA Reports, American Jewish Congress, New York.