The Jews in America
Traces the history of the Jews in the United States and their role in the political, cultural, and industrial development of the country. Also discusses the causes and origins of anti-semitism.
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THE JEWS IN EARLY AMERICA
THE JEWS FROM GERMANY AND CENTRAL EUROPE
THE JEWS FROM EASTERN EUROPE
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