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Ian Vincent McGonigle

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Carsten Wilke

-224. were taken by surprise by Meisel’s election, In his quoted letter, Holdheim wrote to Löw: “Daß Sie nicht zu der so wichtigen Stelle berufen worden sind, daran mögen örtliche Verhältnisse die Schuld tragen. Aber wenn nicht Sie, warum nicht ein anderer [in your image and likeness]?” See Löw, Gesammelte Schriften , vol. II, p. 162. but then tried to stem the tide of enthusiasm. See on the polemic Kayserling, Dr. W. A. Meisel , p. 63-65. In a succession of polemical articles, the Ben-Chananja authors blamed the newly elected rabbi of “North German coldness,” of