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American Jewish Year Book
This chapter goes beyond asking whether a Jewish identity can exist independently of religion in the contemporary United States. American Jews have already answered that question in the affirmative. The chapter documents and illustrates the richness of today's secular Jewish culture and expressions of Jewishness beyond religion by exploring how a multitude of trendsintellectual, social, demographic and political-are broadening and transforming Jewish identity and identification in twenty-firstdoi:10.1007/978-94-007-5204-7_1 fatcat:wv6ekn5jrrbujcwakogo3fn6vu