The Jews: Next Year in Which Jerusalem?

IN Cincinnati's Plum Street Temple, Reform Rabbi Albert A. Goldman marks the Sabbath of Passover Week with his civil rights-oriented "Freedom Sabbath," which is attended by representatives of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and of the N.A.A.C.P., labor organizers and Protestant ministers. In Miami Beach, the ads for a kosher hotel promise not only an olympic-size saltwater swimming pool, but also "Passover Specials" in room rates and a cantor and choir for Seder services. In Connecticut, a self-proclaimed congregation of Jewish humanists fashions a Passover Haggadah (the Seder narrative) that manages to avoid any mention of God. In Manhattan, an ecumenical...

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