Jewish emancipation and after
Locality, brotherhood and the nature of tolerance
in Anglo-Jewry since 1066
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This chapter explores the nature of liberal tolerance towards the Jews within Victorian politics. It focuses on the experiences of and responses to the two Emanuel families and the Abraham family. It asks whether these leading Jews accepted locally, and if so, on what terms?

Anglo-Jewry since 1066

Place, locality and memory

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