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    Martin Laskin
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Looking at a small-town synagogue where the interaction is between ordinary Conservative Jews, rather than seminary academicians and students, Laskin (sociology and anthropology, Southern Connecticut State U.) investigates whether the Congregation of Temple Beth Shalom could maintain cohesion, establish an identity as a religious community, and satisfy the spiritual needs of its members. It is comprised of people representing a wide range of Judaic skills, abilities, and religious sensibilities. After observing and talking with members, he concludes that the Congregation was able to meet everyone's needs, reconcile all parties, and appeal to all sections of the Temple community. The text is double spaced. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)