American Pluralism and Public Policy: Implications for the Jewish Community

By Lawrence H. Fuchs

American Jewish Committee (AJC), March 1988

This 1988 report demonstrates the implications of American pluralism for the Jewish community. Opening with a discussion of the distinctive nature of American pluralism, the document then continues to discuss the potential danger of pluralism to the Jewish community, such as the blurring of boundaries and a tendency to assimilation. It also discusses the implications of the 1986 Immigration Reform Act, including the effect on minority participation in civic discourse.

Topic: Civil Rights, Immigration, Religion and State, Pluralism, Community Relations, Ethnicity, Public Policy

Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Fuchs, Lawrence H. American Pluralism and Public Policy: Implications for the Jewish Community. American Jewish Committee (AJC). March 1988: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=12817


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