Michael Clark explores the dilemmas of identity and inter-faith relations that confronted Jews in late Victorian Britain, following their successful campaign for equal rights. This was a crucial period in which the Anglo-Jewish community shaped the basis of its modern existence, whilst the British state explored the limits of its toleration.

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