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Judaism of today’s New York Jews would not please Moses
Weinberger, but his angry scowl might soften into an expression
of bewildered surprise.”25 Harkavy’s reaction to traditional Jew­
ish life in rural America would no doubt be equally harsh, but
he too might be bewildered by the range and depth of the man­
ifestations of Jewish life in the “darkness of the country.”
25. Weinberger/Sarna, p. 26.