Lest memory cease: finding meaning in the American Jewish past

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Syracuse University Press, 1996 - History - 226 pages
In this groundbreaking study, Henry L. Feingold--one of the most prominent historians today--examines the special challenges facing American Jews. The twin processes of American acculturation and secularization have acted like a powerful whirlpool, pulling them away from their inherent sense of separateness as Jews. They became Americans.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Jewish Survival in America
23
Jewish Exceptionalism
34
Copyright

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