The Vanishing American Jew: In Search of Jewish Identity for the Next Century

The threats to Jews in America used to be external — the consequences of anti-Semitism. Now the danger has shifted. American Jews are more secure, accepted, assimilated, and successful than ever. They’ve achieved the American Dream. That’s the problem, Dershowitz warns. American Jews, as a distinct cultural group, appear to be vanishing.

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