A civic primer : אנ׳אנפאנגס־בוך פאר סיוויקס - an introductory book to citizenship by J.J. Zmrhal, director of the "Theodore Herzl" school in Chicago. Published by the Illinois Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Chicago 1921, English and Yiddish page by page.
A detailed publication dealing with the study of the basic laws of the American citizen. Written for the students of the "Theodore Herzl" Jewish School in Chicago. The book details how one gets to obtain American citizenship, the citizen's duties and rights, the way of voting to elect the president, the structure of the various government ministries, the powers of the Supreme Court, the various taxes and the punishments for tax evaders, how the health services work in America, a summary of American history - "The Colonial Revolution", the American Civil War, the American War of Independence, and more. The book was written in a spirit that glorifies the American nation and its achievements and calls on the Hebrew citizen to take an active part in the effort for America which is an inseparable part of it.
60 p. Stained cover. Tears and open tears on the spine. Light stains on the title page. The body of the book is in Good Condition.