Partisan d’un judaïsme orthodoxe sensible à l’évolution des mœurs de l’époque, il est l’un des pionniers des études du judaïsme italien en Amérique et des fondateurs du Jewish Theological Seminary of America avant que celui-ci ne devienne le fer de lance du judaïsme conservative.
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