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Rabbi Wolf Meisel’s Attempt to Establish a Midstream Judaism in Hungary, 1859-1867

conserving community peace by cultural bricolage. “Eingesendet. Brünn,” Carmel II,40 (11.10.1861), 320; see also II,42 (25.10.1861), p. 333. At the time when Meisel decided to close down his paper, his irenic journalism had paradoxically led to conflicts with all sides. In the following two years, Löw’s attacks reached their acme. The rabbi of Szeged had the habit of shooting down any publication that Meisel dared to give to the press, Joel Nathan, Wörterbuch zu den fünf Buchern Moses , Pest: M. E. Lowy, 1860 (see Kayserling, p. 67); criticism in Ben-Chananja 1860

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