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From Lubavitch to Lakewood

The Chabadization of Contemporary Orthodoxy

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From Lubavitch to Lakewood: The Chabadization of Contemporary Orthodoxy

Certain non-chassidic leaders initially opposed the Chabad effort to spread Jewish learning and practice amongst all Jews. But these policies were later changed, and non-chassidic groups began to design programs which—in many ways—imitate Chabad practices.
Chassidism, Shelichut, Chabad-Lubavitch, Outreach & Influence

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Noted scholars and experts in their fields share their knowledge at the Oxford University Chabad Society.
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