Letters to the Editor

Religious diversity from America’s start

What do Isaac Moses, Mordecai Sheftal, Reuben Dettling, Francis Salvador and Haym Salomon have in common? I’m sure you have guessed correctly. They are all Jews, or I should say all a part of the 1,500 or so Jews living in the colonies prior to the Revolution. And another thing they had in common: They all fought on and financially supported the American side.

BND letter writer Pete Scalcione might want to reapply for that search warrant.

Robert Brandkamp

Breese

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