Abraham Brumberg

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Abraham Brumberg (Hebrew: אברהם ברומברג‎‎; November 7, 1926 – January 26, 2008) was a Jewish American writer and editor. He is known for writing about the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and Jewish issues. He was the first editor of Problems of Communism journal (1952–1970), author of numerous articles and essays (published in The New York Times, Dissent, The New Republic and other outlets), and editor of several anthologies of articles. Fluent in Yiddish, he was also an activist for preservation of that language.

Brumberg was born in Tel Aviv and lived in Poland as a child.


  • "Journeys Through Vanishing Worlds" (New Academia, 2007) - memoir

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