Description: Strikingly lucid and accessible essays, ranging over nearly a century of Jewish communal life, examine the ways in which American Jews grappled with issues of group survival in an open and accepting society. These essays provide a fresh, provocative, and compelling look at the fundamental question facing American Jewry: how to ensure Jewish survival within American freedom.
By Arthur A Goren
(274 Pages)Publisher: Indiana University Press, 1999
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