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By Solomon B. Freehof

initially released in 1974, this back-in-print vintage offers a window into the Jewish matters of the 1970's. The Responsa, or rabbinic questions and solutions, integrated during this quantity variety from problems with synagogue lifestyles, vacation observance, bio-medical ethics and private status.

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