Communal Service Alum Edward Bruckner '98 on Engaging Next Generation of Jewish Leaders

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

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This article first appeared in The Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Vol. 82 No. 1/2, and is printed with the permission of the publisher, the Jewish Communal Service Association. Subscriptions to the Journal are available at

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