|Young Jewish Adults in the United States Today
This study is the most comprehensive review of data and literature -summarizing more than fifty studies about the Jewish connections of young American Jewish adults in the USA.
It was commissioned by the American Jewish Committee as part of the celebration of its hundredth anniversary to cast as much light as possible on the following question:
Are young Jewish adults today so different from previous generations as to dramatically reshape the future Jewish community in the United States?
|Young American Jews, aged 18 to 39, do appear to constitute a distinctive generation, significantly different from those who have gone before their "life-status" or family situation and the ways they connect to being Jewish.
It turns out that differences among members of this generation are at least as interesting and important as differences between this generation and those who came before.
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