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We hope the you will enjoy reading the older Tradition articles, which have been carefully scanned and re-scanned using today's most advanced OCR technology. Unfortunately, the technology, while useful and generally reliable, is not perfect. Please note that many of the articles will have certain irregularities in the text, including different fonts and small typos. Particularly in the footnotes, an article might occasionally have a more serious scanning error, especially with regard to Hebrew texts. Please notify us at TraditionOnline@mitsukoshiya.com of any articles which have major errors. Thank you for your help.
Rabbi Joseph B Soloveitchik's Tradition Articles
We are pleased to offer to the wider public access to the special Spring-Summer 1964 article Spring 1978 edition containing seminal essays of Rabbi Soloveitchik.
We thank Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc., for permission to produce a flash version of amazon.com and other booksellers.
The following "double issues" of Tradition are listed according to the first issue, as follows:
Volume 7:4 - 8:1 (Winter 1965 - Spring 1966) is listed as 7:4 (Winter 1965)
Volume 9:1 - 9:2 (Spring - Summer 1967) is listed as 9:1 (Spring 1967)
Volume 12:3 - 12:4 (Winter 1971 - Spring 1972) is listed as 12:3 (Winter 1971)
Volume 13:4 - 14:1 (Spring - Summer 1973) is listed as 13:4 (Spring 1973)
Volume 15:1 - 15:2 (Spring - Summer 1975) is listed as 15:1 (Spring 1975)