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Jewish Congress Gets New Leader

January 26, 2002|Associated Press

NEW YORK--Neil Goldstein, director of national affairs for the American Jewish Congress, has been named executive director, replacing Phil Baum, who is retiring.

Goldstein, a former community organizer, helped raise $11 million for the U.S. Holocaust museum. Baum worked 30 years with the group, which advocates strict separation of church and state, and opposes such policies as private school vouchers

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