Where Are We?: The Inner Life of America's Jews

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, Mar 1, 1989 - History - 330 pages
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Exploring the convictions and confusions of Jewish life, the author examines the ways in which American Jews grapple with concepts such as the Holocaust, Israel, and God and the imperative of Jewish survival

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Fein, founding editor and publisher of Moment magazine, has here written a readable, lucid, and evocative analysis of Jewish life and Judaism in the United States today. His questions concerning ... Read full review

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Jews God and Judaisms
25
Competence and Meaning
43
Mourning as Meaning The Holocaust
58
Copyright

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