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The community can generally be called middle-class; In most countries in Latin America, this class is increasingly vulnerable and has tended to suffer from recent economic and financial instability. The Torah has numerous laws, which attempt to redress the power and economic imbalances in human society and Creation. In a clever Hebrew epistle he tried to win a former friend over to his new faith, and not only met with a mild protest on the part of the latter, but also evoked a vigorous ironical reply from the sharp pen of Solomon b.

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Publisher: Jewish Lights; 1 edition (October 1, 2003)

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