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Wrestling With Fear And Responsibility: The American Response To Jewish Refugees

Xenophobia, antisemitism, economic insecurity, and restrictive immigration laws. These were the barriers Jewish refugees faced in the 1930s and 1940s when seeking safe haven in the United States. More than 70 years later, explore this lesser-known part of our nation’s history. [ more › ]
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