The Primacy of Togetherness - Opinion

The Primacy of Togetherness

Matt Lehrman | Special to the Jewish News | Posted: Wednesday, August 23, 2017 10:29 am

Though we possess different values, identities, beliefs, histories and aspirations, Americans are bound together in a “social fabric” — evident in towns, cities, states and nationally. To exist as a community is to live, work and address community problems together.

Recently, we have witnessed the sad and alarming rise of people who not only reject the premise of social fabric, but who also intend to set it alight with rhetoric and violence.

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