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November 30, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 30, 1984

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workers from the bloated and
low-efficiency public sector to the
manufacturing and high technol-
ogy areas, the country must keep
the national consensus in the face
of the deep-rooted frustrations
and unresolved religious and
value divisions. This will test Is-
rael's political leadership's ability
to lead and Israel's democracy's
capacity to defuse tensions.
In building economic power,
there are no permanent solutions.
The key to a solution will be found
in a thousand daily improvements
— higher productivity in indi-
vidual enterprises, increased flex-
ibility in work rules, shifts of
workers from public services to
manufacturing industries, re-
ductions in standards of living,
more marketing abroad, better
governmental leadership in shift-
ing economic priorities, combined
with reduction in excessive gov-
ernmental intervention in the
business sector.
The United States' pressure for
belt tightening and basic eco-
nomic reform as part of the price
of increased aid will be healthy for
Israel. In a democracy, outside
pressures for performance help
offset the natural fear of offending
particular constituencies.
Everywhere, the Jewish com-
munity must focus on perform-
ance and delivery of services. All
groups are struggling with the yet
unmastered challenge of the third
or fourth generation. Hitherto,
the third or fourth generation in
freedom was characterized by
high assimilation, intermarriage,
and low birth rates and it is not
clear that any group has yet suc-
cessfully broken that pattern on a
mass basis.
The key to the future is better
targeting of audiences and deliv-
ery of services. If each synagogue
and other Jewish institutions can
be made ten percent more effec-
tive in impact, the outreach, in
educational content, then the rate
of Jewish survival will rise sig-
nificantly.
As the variety of Jewish needs
and responses becomes more ap-
parent, it will be increasingly dif-
ficult to offer generalizations
about Jewish life. By trying har-
der or responding more fully, each
person, each institution, each Is-
raeli government decision can
play a role in making the total
outcome of the 1980s a renewal of
Jewish life.

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