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Books on Values and Resources

Altman, Rabbi Remi, ed. Money Matters: Compassionate Guidelines. Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC). 1998.

Bonder, Rabbi Nilton. The Kabbalah of Money. Shambhala Press. Boston. 1996.

Breton, Denise and Christopher Largent. The Soul of Economies. Idea House Publishers. Wilmington, DE. 1991.

Brill, Hal, Jack A. Brill and Cliff Feigenbaum. Investing with Your Values: Making Money and Making a Difference. Bloomberg Press. 1999.

Chappell, Tom. The Soul of a Business. Bantam Books. 1993.

Dekro, Jeffrey and Lawrence Bush. Jews, Money, and Social Responsibility. The Shefa Fund. Philadelphia, PA. 1993.

Dekro, Jeffrey. The Highest Degree of Tzedakah. The Shefa Fund. Philadelphia, PA. 1997.

DeFoore, Bill and John Renesch, eds. Rediscovering the Soul of Business. Harper San Francisco. 1995.

Desmonde, William H. Magic, Myth and Money: The Origin of Money in Religious Ritual. New York. 1962.

Edles, L. Peter. Fundraising: Hands-on Tactics for Non-Profit Groups. McGraw-Hill. 1993.

Kinder, George. Seven Stages of Money Maturity. Delacorte Press. 1999.

Levine, Aaron. Free Enterprise and Jewish Law. KTAV/Yeshiva University Press. New York. 1980.

NATA Journal. Winter 1993, Summer 1997, Winter 1998, Winter 1999. UAHC.

Needeleman, Jacob. Money and the Meaning of Life. Doubleday. 1991.

Neusner, Jacob. The Economics of the Mishnah. University of Chicago Press. Chicago. 1990.

Non-Profit World. Society for Non-Profit Origins. Madison, WI.

Ronsvalle, John and Sylvia. At Ease: Discussing Money and Values in Small Groups. Alban Institute. 1998.

Tamari, Meir. With All Your Possessions. Free Press. New York. 1987.

----. The Challenge of Wealth. Jason Aronson. New Jersey. 1995.

Waskow, Arthur. Down To Earth Judaism: Food, Money, Sex, and the Rest of Life. William Morrow and Co. New York. 1995.
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