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Choosing to be Jews: a Sociological Reflection on American Jews Since 1950, pt. 1
(University of Washington Press, 1993)
The second half of the twentieth century has been a time when American Jews have experienced a minimum of prejudice and almost all domains of life have been accessible to them, but it has also been a time of assimilation, of swelling rates of inter-marriage, and of large numbers ignoring their Jewishness completely. Jews have ...