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Concerned with the viability of the newer conceptions of Jewishness-whether a pluralistic society is capable of so altering the substance of the group's identity as to threaten the natural continuity between generations. It analyzes the internal life of the Jewish community itself- the relationship of Jews to their religious heritage, to the synagogue & to Israel, to their organizations & their fellow Jews & to their children. Notes. Index. The Lakeville Studies Vol I.
Title: Jewish Identity on the Suburban Frontier - A Study of Group Survival in the Open Society
Publisher: NY, Basic Books: 1967
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Item #: 013974