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TABLE OF CONTENTS How This Book Was Written Page 3 Introduction Page 4 PART I: The Spirit of a Jewish Renaissance Page 14 Chapter 1: A Golden Age for North American Jewry? Page 15 Chapter 2: Abraham and Sarah's Tent: Rethinking Intermarriage Page 23 Chapter 3: A New Judaism for a New Generation: Engaging the Disengaged Page 42 Chapter 4: Respect, not Tolerance: Embracing Jewish Diversity and Difference Page 70 PART II: Making Renaissance Happen Page 88 Chapter 5: "Go and Learn": Our Plan of Action Page 89 Chapter 6: Hillel, Birthright, and Jewish Camping: Bringing Jewish Life to Large Numbers of Jewish Youth Page 95 Chapter 7: Jewish Leaders: Passing the Torch to a New Generation Page 127 Chapter 8: Jewish Communal Life: Updating our Institutions Page 138 Chapter 9: The Jewish Home Page 157 Appendices A. Jewish Renaissance Initiatives Page 176 B. Interviews Cited Page 185 Notes Page 189
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Judaism -- North America.
Judaism -- 21st century.
Jewish way of life.
Jews -- North America -- Identity.
Jews -- North America -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Jewish youth -- Religious life -- North America.
Jewish leadership -- North America.
North America -- Ethnic relations.