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Sam (ed.) Goldsmith
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Goldsmith published books in both English and Hebrew, including five collections of essays. Britain in the Eye of the World: The Foreign Press Association in London, 1888-1988. London: Foreign Press Association. Joseph Leftwich at eighty-five: A collective evaluation. World Jewish Congress Yiddish committee.

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Life with the Foreign Press Association in London. Contributions from 27 foreign correspondents.