Anti-Semitism in Atlanta

September 1989
Christian Century;9/20/89, Vol. 106 Issue 26, p808
Describes the problems faced by a Jewish Congregation which sought to build a synagogue, the first, in Snellville, Ga. Opposition from the predominantly Christian community; Approval of the building.


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