Alternatives to assimilation: the response of Reform Judaism to American culture, 1840-1930
Published by University Press of New England [for] Brandeis University Press, 1994 - Religion - 275 pages
Explores the influence of American culture and history on the development of Reform Jewish institutions. Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture, and Life.
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part one 18401880 AngloAmerican Influences
The First Decade of the Union
part two 18801900 German Influences
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