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GI Jews by Deborah Dash Moore
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According to Moore, the idea of a Judeo-Christian tradition came about directly from the effort to integrate the Catholic, Jewish, and various Protestant soldiers during WWII. These days, it feels like that concept has always existed, but it interesting to see just how recent an invention it is.

Overall, the information in the book was interesting, but the organization seemed weak to me.
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