By Howard M. Sachar
Spanning 350 years of Jewish adventure during this kingdom, A historical past of the Jews in the USA is a necessary chronicle by means of the writer of The process glossy Jewish History.
With remarkable scholarship and a riveting feel of aspect, Howard M. Sachar tells the tales of Spanish marranos and Russian refugees, of noblemen and threadbare social revolutionaries, of philanthropists and Hollywood moguls. whilst, he elucidates the grand issues of the Jewish come across with the United States, from the bigotry of a Christian majority to the tensions between Jews of alternative origins and ideology, and from the fight for popularity to the ambivalence of assimilation.
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