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January 17, 1969 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-17

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Yeshiva U. Students Study Effects of New York Teacher Strike on Jewish Attitudes, Beliefs

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)
NEW YORK—Two Yeshiva Uni-
versity graduate students are con-
ducting a study of the effects of
last fall's New York City teach-
ers strikes on the middle-class
Jewish community in certain sec-
tions of the city.
James Statman, 25, and Robert
A. Klein, 28, are working under a
grant from the Society for Psycho-
logical Study of Social Issues to

become liberals or conservatives
according to many experts, in and whether they were now anti-
polarizing the Jewish and Negro union or prounion.
communities and seriously dam-
aging racial harmony in the city.
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The two students, who are doc-
toral candidates in the social psy-
chology program at Ferkauf Grad-
uate School of Humanities and
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Social Sciences of Yeshiva Univer-
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sity, are studying the attitudes of
middle-class Jews to see if they
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS held to past beliefs, if some had

see whether "the Jews felt more tions from both sides and resulted,

Jewish, whether a strong Jewish
cohesiveness developed" as a re-
sult of the prolonged school shut-
down.
The strike involved the pre-
dominantly Negro Ocean Hill-
Brownsville experimental school
district and the United Federa-
tion of Teachers, whose leadership
and membership are largely Jew-
ish. It generated bitter recrimina-

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