CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly Summer 2010,

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Methodists were key to Protestant expansion in America. Strengthened the Interstate Commerce Commission, allowing it to set maximum railroad rates. Ultimately, the issue was resolved without grand statements from the movement’s organizing bodies. Often, physicians who work in tort-reform states pay tens of thousands of dollars less in annual malpractice premiums than physicians in other states. The Reconstructionist movement has gone further, formally allowing its rabbis to be intermarried, and a large plurality of rabbis in the Conservative movement favor the performance of intermarriages.

Pages: 180

Publisher: CCAR Press (July 12, 2010)

ISBN: 0881231576

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