Jewish Americans and Political Participation: A Reference Handbook
Highlights: - Fully explains the role of Jews in American politics, a topic that has always intrigued both the public and the media- Tells how and why the "Jewish lobby" influences American foreign policy, especially U.S.-Israel relations- Helps students understand the dynamics of minority group participation in politics and the current integration of the Jewish community into U.S. society
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