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Beyond The Melting Pot



In the first half of the twentieth century, the Jewish immigrants to the "Goldene Medeenah," - including their sons and daughters - generally retained much of their ethnic, cultural, religious, and social qualities. In a variety of ways, Jews were united by their common heritage. Moreover, many Jews resisted the pull of the Melting Pot through Jewish education, synagogue involvement, and Zionist activity.

But by the second half of the twentieth century most Jewish immigrants, particularly their offspring, began the process of assimilation in varying degrees into American society

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Author Alvin I. Schiff
Publisher Devora Publishing

Beyond The Melting Pot