Jews by George Berkeley

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Whether referred to as American Jews or Jewish Americans, this group of Americans have and continue to leave a mark on every aspect of American life. Few in numbers but big on impact—their secret to success is founded on their pursuit of meaningful education educational skills that would make them great doctors and businessmen, great authors and performers, great entrepreneurs and philanthropists. Their pragmatism becomes evident on every page of George Berkeley's book, whether he speaks of the Diaspora, the Holocaust, or the State of Israel. In America, as in no other place, they shaped and took full control of the American Advantage.
 

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Berkley is Professor Emeritus and Political Scientist at the University of Massachusetts, Boston
 
Published November 2, 2009 by Branden Books. 364 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Berkley, who is Jewish, a member of B'nai B'rith and author of Vienna and Its Jews, has written a freewheeling, brashly opinionated, anecdote-filled, sometimes entertaining cultural history of the Jews that is certain to irk and provoke.

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