Not quite at home; how an American Jewish community lives with itself and its neighbors, by Marshall Sklare, Joseph Greenblum, and Benjamin B. Ringer.
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Ringer, Benjamin B. 1920-
Jews -- United States.
Institute of Human Relations (American Jewish Committee). Pamphlet series, no. 11.
x, 85 p. 23 cm.
Condensation of The Lakeville studies, published in 1967, in 2 vols.: Jewish identity on the suburban frontier, by M. Sklare and J. Greenblum, and The edge of friendliness, by B. B. Ringer.
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