The Jewish Phenomenon

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Publisher : Taylor Trade Publications

ISBN-13 : 1589794907

Page : 256 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 907 voters

With truly startling statistics and a wealth of anecdotes, Silbiger reveals the cultural principles that form the bedrock of Jewish success in America.

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