The following may cheer those who complain that Jews exercise too much influence in the American political system.
“The massive overrepresentation of Jews on Capitol Hill, long a
source of pride for the community, has been shrinking in recent years
and could drop in the coming election cycle from 41 to the mid 30s, a
level last seen 15 years ago,” Nathan Guttman recently wrote in The Forward, the Jewish newspaper.
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