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122 Clues for Jews Whose Children Intermarry 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0933647015
ISBN-10: 0933647018
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"Practical and sometimes humorous solutions." -- The Los Angeles Jewish Journal

"provides sensible help in coping with the many day-today problems that arise." -- The Jewish Week

'With passion and humor, the authors offer practical suggestions for dealing with the feelings, reactions and experiences..." -- American Jewish World

About the Author

Sidney J. Jacobs is an ordained rabbi and a journalist who has been a newspaper reporter and editor in Chicago and Los Angeles. His involvement in ecumenical activities and his lectures before church and civic groups have given him expertise in answering questions which are frequently asked about Jews and Judaism. Betty J. Jacobs is professor of communications at West Los Angeles College. She served as director of broadcasting for the Chicago Board of Rabbis. Both Rabbi Sid and Betty are recipients of many awards for writng and teaching.
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