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the personal answer has long been made. I believe the Jewish
writer must consider the effect of his work as it depicts Jewish
life, and as I have said, I believe as long as he writes truly, in
breadth and in depth, the consideration of public effect will
never be inconsistent with the production of the best work of
which he is capable.