From the Workers' State to the Golden State: Jews from the Former Soviet Union in California
This text is part of The New Immigrants Series edited by Nancy Foner. This groundbreaking new series fills the gap in knowledge relating to today's immigrants, how these groups are attempting to redefine their cultures while here, and their contribution to a new and changing America.
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EARNING A LIVING IN A NEW SOCIETY
JEWISH IDENTITY AND BEHAVIOR
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