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AJS REVIEW. VOL. 6. 1981. VI ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES by FRANK TALMAGE

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CAHJP,HM8213). 54. WAPL,Ksiqga miejska Opola 7, 801-2 (1599); Ks. m. Opola 8, 541 (1599); Ks. m. Opola 9, 36-37 (1611), 92 (1617), 141-42 (1619), 147 (1620), 151 (1620), 184 (1622), 231 (1626), 244 (1627),362(1639),369(1639),371(1639),373(1640),415 (1649),467(1661),588(1688). m. Beliyce 7, 10, (1600), 97 (1608), 102-3 (1609), 376-77 (1635), 391 (1639), 589-90 631-32 (1661), 666 (1669), 677-78 (1673), 678-79 (1673), 712-13 (1694). m. Lubartowa, 2, 24-25 (1571), 159 (1592), 329 (1611), 415 (1622), 434-35 (1624), 452 501-2 (1628).

WAPL, Castrensia relationum manifestationum oblatarum Lublinesis 121/21279, Oblata Inwentarij Bonorum Oppidi Opole, 21v-23v. 58. WAPL,Ksiega miejska Modliborzyce 1, 167, 218; Ks. m. Modliborzyce 3, 14r-15v. (CAHJP HM 7044, HM 6750). 59. Morgensztern, "Wiadomo'ci," p. 31. 60. Hilla Jeruchomowicz, an arendator and merchant who dealt in mead, beer, hops and herring; Juda Herslowicz, a qahal elder in 1680 and arendator of Beliyce, 1674-1691; and Icek Salamonowicz, a qahal elder in 1680-his house on the marketplace cost 1,000 Polish zloties in 1673.

This is the thrust, for example, of Warren Scoville's explanation of Huguenot commercial success in France. Others, however, have suggested that the persistence of ethnic attachments is not so much a consequence of penalization but is due rather to continuing economic advantage. That is to say, the bonds of trust between members of the same group are of decisive importance in trade relations, and this explains the "failure" of members of "trading diasporas" to assimilate. 6 Finally, some have noted that the occupational "Economic Attitudes and Behavior in the Jewish Tradition: An Examination of Sombart's Thesis in the Light of Musar Literature and Memoirs" [Hebrew], Zion 43 (1978): 235-63.

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