Duh.

A recent Haaretz article mentions a new study that found that people believe American Jewish leadership is “elitist, parochial, self-serving and resistant to innovation.”

Also there is “too much overlap, duplication, and non-cooperation” among organizations in the American Jewish establishment.

Thank you, Captain State-the-Obvious.

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