The Press: For & About Jews

The structure of Jewry and the Jewish Press in the U. S. may be expressed in generations. There is the proud old immigrant group, slowly diminishing, which lives strictly in the tradition of its fathers. Through it the great Yiddish language dailies (Forward, Day, Morning Journal) wield their power. A second generation (roughly preWar) shied away from the piety and solidarity of the oldster. To it the selfconscious, defensive Jewish weeklies address themselves. Many students profess to see now the beginning of a third generation, youthful and intelligent, proud but inquiring,...

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