A Translator's Note
This epilogue explores the ethics of one aspect of the project undertaken in this book—the exposure of the Jewish “hidden transcript”—among the arguments made for which is: what has been hidden from those in power is now concealed from the author's own generation of American Jews. American Jews, who are no longer kept from exercising other forms of power, are now in the position of outsiders to their own history.
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