Hebrews of the Portuguese Nation: Conversos and Community in Early Modern Amsterdam.

@article{Kaplan1997HebrewsOT,
  title={Hebrews of the Portuguese Nation: Conversos and Community in Early Modern Amsterdam.},
  author={Benjamin J. Kaplan and Miriam Bodian},
  journal={The Eighteenth Century},
  year={1997},
  volume={103},
  pages={1617}
}
Acknowledgements Preface 1. Introduction 2. The Forging of a Community: Early Years in Amsterdam 3. The Dutch Context: Working Out a Modus Vivendi 4. Iberian Memory and Its Perpetuation 5. The Rejudaisation of the Nation 6. Maintaining "the Nation" in Exile Conclusion Personalia Abbreviations Notes Bibliography Index 
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