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This year, October 24/25 is the new July 4, as Jews across America get ready to relinquish their dependence on screens and mass media, embracing the deeply human ideals of the Shabbos Project and joining together with Jews all over the world for just one Shabbat on which we will, in the words of Mordechai Ben David, “all be free.” Be the first to know - Join our Facebook page. While less of a formal construction than the National Road, the Oregon Trail opened up far larger territories.

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Letters from America

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