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East Meets West: A Cross-Generational Analysis of Jewish Immigration from Russia to the United States

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The article is comparative analysis of two waves of Russian Jewish immigration to the United States. It based on archival documents and sociological studied that were conducted in Pittsburgh. The authors replicated the sociological conducted in 1968 with a new group of immigrants and compared the results focusing primarily on the areas of adaptation, assimilation, and religious observance as well as other experiences in becoming part of what is known as the American “melting pot”.


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