Feinstein Center for American Jewish History News

As a perpetual minority through two millennia of dispersion, Jews know a little something about dissent. They have not only differed from the majority religion, but also sometimes been at odds with elements of the moral and political cultures in which they built their lives. Within the Jewish world, too, fragmentation and fracture have been as frequent as any unity borne of shared success or tribulation.

Center: Feinstein Center for American Jewish History

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