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THE first honors of the graduating class of Yale were taken by a Jew.
Commenting on this fact a New York paper says that in the public schools of that city the best pupils are very apt to be Jews. They take the lead both in scholarship and deportment so often that the principals expect to see Jews at the head of the classes. When prizes were given not long ago to the pupils of the grammar schools who had made the most creditable record during a specified time, the majority of them were carried off by boys of Hebrew parentage.
This is significant; this is the race to be elevated to chief position among nations during the millennial age.
— July And August, 1881 —
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