Books: Between tribalism and universalism

An attempt to quantify the views of US Jews leaves more questions than answers.

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April 27, 2016 16:51
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Thousands of Jewish American high-school students attend a rally in Manhattan in 2002 calling for an end to terrorism. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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