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Rabbi Ben Hecht
...The sad truth may be, however, that rather than foster unity, dropping the adjectives may only create greater dissent and friction. These adjectives actually clarify the challenge that faces us in the name of unity. To ignore the adjective is to ignore the difficult path that must be traversed if unity is actually to be attainable. Furthermore, to ignore the adjective is to shirk our responsibility to understand the nature and significance of our specifically and determinedly defined Jewish identity....

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