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Jewish Life After the USSR - Gitelman, Zvi, Professor (Editor), and Glants, Musya (Editor), and Goldman, Marshall I (Editor)
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Since the late 1980s, one of the world's largest Jewish populations has faced a unique dilemma: at the very time it has gained unprecedented freedoms, Soviet and post-Soviet Jewry has encountered political uncertainty, economic instability, and resurgent antisemitism. A population teetering simultaneously on the edge of decline and revival, Jews in the former Soviet Union have had to decide whether to take advantage of the new opportunity to revive Jewish life and rebuild Jewish communities, live in the newly established ...

Jewish Life After the USSR 2003, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN

ISBN-13: 9780253215567

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