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Insertion In Society

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Our interviews with leading figures clearly elicited that the three major issues that preoccupy them concerning the evolution of Germany's Jewry are the relations between Vets and RSJs; the involvement of the young generation in the community; and the numerical importance of non-Halakhic Jews. This chapter addresses the whole sample which includes RSJs and Vets. As is the case of the sample as a whole, most RSJ respondents are members of local Jewish communities. Membership in other organizations is low. Interviews of leading figures show different understandings of the RSJ- Vet relations in present-day Germany.

Keywords:Community; Germany; RSJs; Vets



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