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The author discusses the changes of attitude on the part of the Jews toward their non-Jewish environment from the middle ages to the Enlightenment. Most of the material has been drawn from the province of Ashkenazi Jewry-- the Jews of Germany and eastern Europe.
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Jacob Katz, author of "Out of the Ghetto" and "Exclusiveness and Tolerance", is Emeritus Professor of Jewish History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Bernard Dov Cooperman is Professor of Jewish History at the University of Maryland.
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