Jewish times: voices of the American Jewish experience

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Anchor Books, Feb 1, 1990 - History - 418 pages
A carefully crafted portrait of Jewish life in America, drawn from a series of remarkable interviews conducted by noted journalist Howard Simons. The story of a very special immigrant group and its 300-year effort to realize the American dream.

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This is a wonderful, dense, collection of oral histories covering much of the length and breadth of the American Jewish experience from immigration through much of the 20th century. The book was ... Read full review

Jewish times: voices of the American Jewish experience

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From interviews with 227 American Jews, journalist Simons seeks to distill the essence of the American Jewish experiencethe secret of how and why so many Jews succeeded in realizing the American dream ... Read full review


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