Peter J. Rubinstein | September 9, 2010
Once we were comfortably Jewish searching for what it meant to be an American. Now we are comfortably American searching for what it means to be a Jew. Contemporary Jews feel less connection to a sense of Jewish kinship and less personal commitment to the Jewish people. Ensuring Jewish survival, once considered a collective sacred duty, is not any more. A Jewish future can no longer be ensured.
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