At Home in America: Second-Generation New York Jews

Deborah Dash Moore


[…] Second-generation Jews, like their immigrant parents, succeeded in developing a nucleus of Jewishness, defined through secondary associations, that made being Jewish an impelling reality for their children. Thus, though second-generation Jews can be seen as a transitional generation, they were not marginal. At home both in American urban…

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