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Pragmatism and Prejudice: Revisiting the Origin of the Pale of Jewish Settlement and Its Historiography

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Title
Pragmatism and Prejudice: Revisiting the Origin of the Pale of Jewish Settlement and Its Historiography
Published in
The Journal of Modern History, December 2019
DOI 10.1086/706046
Authors

Robert Geraci

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#12,002,833
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