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Jeffrey S. Gurock is Libby M. Klaperman Professor of Jewish History at Yeshiva University. He is former Associate Editor of American Jewish History and former chair, Academic Council, American Jewish Historical Society. His books include Judaism's Encounter with American Sports (IUP, 2005). He lives in Riverdale, New York.
Table of Contents
|Prologue: Within the Wide Tent of a Bronx Orthodox Congregation, circa 1960|
|All Alone and Out of Control|
|American Challenges and Jewish Challengers|
|Religious Dilemmas of a Treif Land|
|Strategies of New York's Orthodox Activists|
|Crisis and Compromise|
|Brooklyn's Committed Communities|
|A More Faithful Following|
|Comfortable and Courted|
|Orthodox vs. Orthodox|
|Open and Closed to Feminism|
|Epilogue: The Tentative Orthodox of the Twenty-First Century|
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