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Civic improvement in the little towns : Gale, Zona, 1874.


From: Eighteenth-Century Studies
Volume 32, Number 1, Fall 1998
pp. 92-100 | 10.1353/ecs.1998.0059

Do the laws of Moses contain anything that would make it impossible or difficult for the Jews to be completely naturalized and melt together with other peoples? One should nearly think so! Their intention is to preserve the Jews as a people separated from all other peoples, . . and as long as the Jews retain the laws of Moses, as long as they for example do not dine with us . . they will never melt together with us—like the Catholic and Lutheran, the German, Wend and Frenchman, who all live in a single state. 4

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