Religion: Jews v. Jews

There are two kinds of U. S. Jews. One kind (in its own words) is composed of "Americans who are Jews''—Americans who, as individuals, practice the Jewish faith, or, if they are not religious, admit their Jewish ancestry. The other kind is a smaller but more articulate group of "Jews in America"—Jews who have not only a common religion but a common culture; who believe they are members of a scattered nation; who tend to approve Zionist aims toward a Jewish homeland. Between these two groups there is deep-rooted animosity. Last week,...

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