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Sensing an opportunity to make school vouchers a reality in Pennsylvania -- and a potentially big jump in government funds for day school parents struggling with high tuition costs -- the Orthodox Union is investing unprecedented resources in the state.
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Even though the Holocaust ended nearly 70 years ago, Jamie Etkind's parents still avoid buying German cars.
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Fredda Sacharow, Jewish Exponent Feature
The headlines are stark, even dire: "Recent college graduates face educational second thoughts," reports The Philadelphia Inquirer . "Prospects dim for new grads seeking jobs," echoes the Asbury Park Press . And from The Wall Street Journal , this blunt piece of unwelcome advice: "College Graduates, Expect a Lengthy Job Hunt." Marina Gonzalez (left) of Elkins Park earned a degree...
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Howard Krein, a physician at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and Ashley Blazer Biden, daughter of Vice President Joe Biden, apparently had little trouble finding a rabbi to co-officiate at their church wedding in Wilmington, Del., over the weekend.
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Abraham Rabinovich |JTA
Had Israel had its way when the Six-Day War broke out 45 years ago, on June 5, 1967, there would have been no war with Jordan, Jeru-salem might still be a divided city and the West Bank still under Arab sovereignty.
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