40 Friday, November 27,-1981
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
If a man will begin with
certainties, he shall end in
doubts; but if he will be con-
tent to begin with doubts, he
shall end in certainties.
— Francis Bacon
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A MONUMENTAL WORK: American Jews who
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communal life in all its aspects should acquire the two-
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