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Report on Haredi Schools Portends Bleak Future for American Jewry

The ultra-Orthodox community too is set on remaining isolated and ignorant of the outside world, which will change American Jewry as we know it

David Rosenberg
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David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg

After this week’s New York Times expose on public funding for ultra-Orthodox schools in New York, social activists everywhere may be thinking of pilgrimages to Flatbush and Crown Heights to learn how an impoverished, marginalized community can leverage ideology and organization to access government resources on a massive scale.

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