Interreligious Marriage in America

By Jonathan D. Sarna

American Jewish Committee (AJC), May 2, 1991

Intermarriage, attitudes towards intermarriage, and studies of intermarriage have all changed dramatically. Intermarriage and American Jews today, based on data from Jewish community surveys, describes some of these changes. My aim here is to suggest that broader social and cultural changes, taking place in the nation as a whole, place these data into a somewhat different perspective.

Topic: Continuity, Intermarriage, Change, Family, Data, Marriage, Jewish Continuity

Name of Publication: The Intermarriage Crisis - Jewish Communal Perspectives and Responses

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Sarna, Jonathan D. Interreligious Marriage in America. The Intermarriage Crisis - Jewish Communal Perspectives and Responses. American Jewish Committee (AJC). 2 May 1991:


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