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Bund

A bond issued by the federal government of Germany. Because it is guaranteed by the federal government, it is considered the safest asset in Germany. See also: U.S. Treasury security.
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For this challenge to authority, NCRAC Executive Director Isaiah Minkoff denounced them from the dais as "these unspeakable Bundists from Cleveland.
As one of his friends remembered: "Between the few mentshn found themselves: diaspora-nationalists of the Bundist type, national-minded anarchists and Po'ale Tsiyon.
38) Moisei Rafes (1883-1942) had written histories of the Bundist movement and was an active Bundist representative in the Ukrainian People's Republic.
72) Bundist Leivik Hodis introduced this resolution in the Smolensk Soviet, which agreed and planned a massive celebration, including representatives of all the Jewish socialist parties and a Bund Choir.
While she is proud of her husband's fight for Communism, she herself was raised in the Bundist tradition.
A packed house of 20,000 plus whooped it up the Bundist leader Fritz Kuhn, a man with vainglorious dreams who roused crowds by targeting perceived religious, racial, ethnic, and/or political enemies.
Furthermore, a greater respect for Jewish historical continuity among Minsk activists was related to the Bundist tradition that was influential in the city.
Avrom Berkovitz the butcher knew, because he had read the Bundist newspapers.
Professor Jacobs importantly notes that the founder of the Second Polish Republic, Jozef Pilsudski and his government opposed anti-Semitism even after all the Bundist attempts to favor the Soviet invasion of Poland (37) and Bundist support for the Comintern after that failed invasion.
She is the author of Equality and Revolution: Women's Rights in the Russian Empire, 1905-1917 (2010) as well as articles about feminist and Jewish Bundist women activists in Russia and the Soviet Union.
By Canadian documentary filmmaker Avi Lewis, great-grandson of a famous Polish Bundist, who now hosts Fault Lines, a particularly agitated program on Al Jazeera's English-language channel.
In offering this criticism, I am not ruling out the possibility of an authentic Jewish anti-Zionist group based on traditional Bundist principles.