RACES: U. S. Jews Discussed

When European Jews visit the U. S. they scrutinize members of their race with special interest. Last week the Christian Century published the observations of Deputy Gruenbaum of Warsaw:

"The American Jews are complacent and well-fed. And in all general Jewish questions they imagine that they need nothing at all, that their role in Jewish life is only to give, to provide for the poor east-European Jews, who depend on their aid. A good deal of the blame for this state of things must be placed at...

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