Freedom is both an American and a Jewish ideal. It is generally believed that the Jewish conception of freedom is identical to its American counterpart, that in affirming their beliefs in freedom, Americans and Jews are articulating their commitments to the same principle. It is essential to note, therefore, that this is not the case. Important differences separate the two beliefs; they express two conceptions of freedom.
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