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January 14, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-14

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Post Office Backs Luther Stamp

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Joint Project to Codify
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WALTHAM, Mass. — An
international Jewish popu-
lation studies project is
being undertaken by pro-
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sity in conjunction with ex-
perts in the fields of demog-
raphy, sociology and Jewish
studies from several other
universities in the U.S. and
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funding and support serv-
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the project to develop
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for studying the Jewish
community. The multi-
university program, involv-
ing professors from Bran-
deis, City University of
New York, Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, Hebrew
Union College in Los
Angeles, and nearly a dozen
other institutions, aims to
improve the qiiality of re-
search undertaken for
planning purposes by local
Jewish federations and
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Key elements of the proj-
ect include: a standardized
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scores of Jewish population
studies to be conducted in
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deis, will serve as project
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Methodists Hit
Attacks on Israel

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Rabbi Marc H. Tanen-
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recent three-day conference
between United Methodist
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forts by Arab states.

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