The Israeli Development Town: Coming of Age in Sederot

By Todd Jick

Response, Winter 1972

The author discusses the ongoing problem of income and attainment inequality between Western and "Oriental" (Sephardic and/or Mizrahi) Jews in Israel, even in 1971, a full generation after the founding of the state. The domestic divide between Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews presents a real and serious threat to the promise of the Jewish State.

Topic: Socioeconomic Status, Sephardic Jews, Mizrahi Jews, European Jews, Ashkenazi Jews, Ethnicity

Name of Publication: Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review

Editor: Novak, Bill

Volume/Issue: Vol.5/No.3

Page Number(s): 64-73

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Genre: Article

Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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Jick, Todd. The Israeli Development Town: Coming of Age in Sederot. Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review. Response. Winter 1972: 64-73.


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