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Finally someone has assimilated Pipes concepts

Reader comment on item: The End of American Jewry's Golden Era

Submitted by Shimon Perlmutter (United States), May 2, 2004 at 06:50

Have been reading Pipes for many many months and learned a great deal about the problem of not only the Jews, but also the entire democratic world. Being an ordinary citizen I needed 9/11 to a waken me to the reality. Have read much history during my 81 years but needed a kick in the pants.

I try to help by distributing Pipes material to all of my "friends" and acquaintances. What else is to be done?

Shimon Perlmutter
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