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American pluralism and the Jewish community

Author: Seymour Martin Lipset
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, ©1990.
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Named Person: Earl Raab; Earl Raab; Earl (19 - ) Raab
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Seymour Martin Lipset
ISBN: 088738286X 9780887382864
OCLC Number: 19263601
Description: vii, 281 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: A unique people in an exceptional country / Seymour Martin Lipset --
American Jewry or American Judaism / Nathan Glazer --
The American Jewish experience and American pluralism : a comparative perspective / Shmuel Eisenstadt --
The rhetoric of choseness and the fabrication of American Jewish identity / Arnold Eisen --
Is the cup half-full or half-empty? : perspectives on the future of the American Jewish community / Chaim I. Waxman --
Canadian Jews and Canadian pluralism / Morton Weinfeld --
The liberal tradition of American Jews / Irving Kristol --
Towards a politics of paradox : the Jewish confrontation with power / Carl A. Sheingold --
The Jewish electorate : California 1980-1986 / Alan M. Fisher --
The Jewishness of the New York intellectuals : Sidney Hook, a case study / Edward S. Shapiro. Developments in Jewish community organization in the second postwar generation / Daniel J. Elazar --
The emerging Jewish public-affairs culture / Lawrence Rubin --
Sources of Jewish charitable giving : incentives and barriers / Arnold Dashefsky --
"There's no city like San Francisco" / Earl Raab --
The Pope comes to San Francisco : an anatomy of Jewish communal response to a political crisis / David Biale and Fred Rosenbaum --
Earl Raab in the community / William Becker.
Responsibility: edited by Seymour Martin Lipset.

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"A collection of essays designed to "add to our understanding of the Jewish community in America" by "analyzing different aspects of Jewish pluralism." The major issue considered is the often noted Read more...

 
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