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dough without any yeast. All the great men of Europe, she said, gained in strength by what the Jews had created. Many of them had Jewish blood in their veins. That was why she did not like the idea of the Jews leaving Europe, even to go to Palestine. At the same time, she felt that Zionism meant the regeneration of an important part of the human family, and the next Jewish generation in Palestine, grown up on the soil, would show all the racial advantages of the Jews without any of their faults.

In 1925 she published an article in which she said that Jewish family life is happier than that of non-Jews, that the Jews are distinguished for their charitable disposition, and that domestic servants in Jewish homes are treated more humanely and democratically than in non-Jewish homes.

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