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The Talmud, or the “oral law” of Judaism, is rejected by some groups, partly accepted by others, and is considered supreme within Jewish Orthodoxy. Contributions in this section deal with some awkward aspects of this oral law.
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|Smith, G.||The Vexing ‘Jewish Question’||English||1894-01-01|
|Halvorsen, W.||Thought Experiment||English||2001-02-01|
|Hoffman, M.||Swindler's Mist: Spielberg's Fraud in Schindler's List||English||1994-01-01|
|Critchley, A.||Swindler's Mist: Spielberg's Fraud in Schindler's List||English||1994-01-01|
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