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his provocative book presents, for the first time in English language, a comprehensive analysis of  the issues involved in the controversy of  'Who Is A Jew.'

Although committed to one point of view, the author presents the arguments honestly and objectively, and the issues are dealt with in a frank and lucid manner. The purpose is to clearly to establish channels of communication and to provide information and understanding, rather than propaganda or confrontation.

The approach is rational and not emotional. Whether one agrees with the book's conclusions or not, they cannot be ignored. They must by anyone seriously interested in the problem of  'Who Is A Jew.' and sincerely concerned about the unity of the Jewish People.

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