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September 12, 1986 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-12

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Numerous incidents of
anti-Semitism affected De-
troit Jewry in the years
under review. Prejudice was
`,= injected in politics, in mis-
tratement of Jewish peddlers
( by the police, in the auto-
__ mobile and other industries.
' - There was a measure of reli-
gious bias. These occurrences
• were challenges to Jewish
leadership and called for vigi-
1 lance and action.
Rockaway's gallery of
)
Jewish leaders elevates his
• / excellently-researched
history
.
1 in many aspects of a commu-
\_nity's rise to great impor-
• tance in the larger sphere of
American Jewry.
An important factor in this
_ history is the biographical
assembly. The Jews of Detroit
,has an impressive reference
to leadership. The men and
,=women who pioneered in the
making of this community
) are
a
biographical
encyclopedia.
There is an important
\ evaluation of his task in con-
,-Dcluding notes to The Jews of
Detroit. Author Rockaway's
summation also offers op-
timism for the future. It is an
assurance of cooperation
among all elements in the
community that must

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> fact that Shaarey Zedek's
membership consisted of
acculturated, affluent Jews
of Polish descent, lending
credence to the notion that
class considerations, more
/Thihan other factors, sepa-
rated the German from the
Russian Jews.
In the Twentieth Cen-
tury, the German Jewish
and Eastern European
Jewish communities coop-
, erated in projects to assist
' the European Jewish vic-
tims of pogroms, to estab-
lish a Young Men's He-
brew Association, and to
' found a Kehillah (an or-
ganized Jewish commu-
nity). Although the Kehil-
lah experiment failed, the
other endeavors met with
success, partially because
' religious leaders such as
) Rabbis Franklin, Her-
shman, and Levin and
laymen like David W. Si-
mons and Bernard
;=Ginsburg enjoyed respect
amongst various segments
of the two communities
and were able to put the
- communities' welfare
above individual dif-
ferences.
This served as a pattern
\
/-. for the future: communal
cooperation was achieved
to work for overseas relief
and to combat local anti-
, Semitism. Although Detroit
;
had these two distinct
communities for many
\ years, cooperation was fos-
tered between specific
\_ groups of Germans and
specific contingents of
Eastern Europeans when
they had attained similar
levels of affluence and so-
cial status.

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