The American Jewish Experience
Jonathan D. Sarna
Holmes & Meier, 1986 - History - 303 pages
The book presents a range of the liveliest, most informative writing on Jews in America from colonial times to the present. this revised and expanded edition of the popular reader contains nine new selections and continues to explore traditional areas as well as topics of current interet - such as jewish women in american society and jews in american popular culture.
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THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMUNITY TAKES
The Impact of the American Revolution on American Jews
American Jewry Comes of Age
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