NEWS STORY: Being Jewish No Longer a Hindrance in Politics, But Some Jews Remain Wary

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c. 2000 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ There is growing evidence that a candidate’s religion is of diminishing importance in national politics and that religious prejudice is in decline as a factor in elections and high appointive office, particularly for Jewish candidates. But many Jews don’t believe it, and they fear awakening latent anti-Semitism should […]

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