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Judaism Reading List: Reform Judaism (Pt. IV)
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   This list was developed from suggestions on soc.culture.jewish, an
   additional reading list developed by R. A. Levene, and the author's
   personal experience. A large portion was based on "A Basic Library for
   The Jewish Home" in [Gom75]. Eric Simon made significant contributions
   when this list was remodeled in July 2000. Other "Netters" that have
   recommended books for the list or made suggestions include: Mark B.
   Novick, John Sadowsky, Rabbi Charles Arian, Eric Bram, and others.
   
   A special thank you... Special thanks for her patience and
   understanding go to my wife, Karen, who put up with me hiding at the
   computer for the two months it took to complete the July/August 2000
   remodel of the entire soc.culture.jewish FAQ and Reading Lists. If you
   think the effort was worth it, drop her a note c/o
   [6]maintainer@scjfaq.org.

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