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- (v) assimilate culturally
- Even better, they would acculturate faster and want to become citizens.
- Paul Weyrich said it best: "As conservatives, we need to make it clear that we will not vote for any candidate who refuses to close our borders to illegal immigration and cut back on legal immigration, at least until we can acculturate the...on Nov 17, 2005 By: Paul Weyrich Source: Jewish World Review
- A ketubah in Chinese illustrates the ability of Jewish culture to "acculturate but not assimilate," said Michael Berenbaum, a Holocaust scholar and consultant to the museum.on Sep 7, 2008 By: Michael Berenbaum Source: Chicago Tribune