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3, p. 9. The Jews succeeded in having the first edition of this book removed from the market in 1618 but a second edition followed during the same year and was widely circulated. Mathias Bersohn, Dyplomataryusz dotyczgcy Zyd6w w dawnej Polsce na irodtach archiwalnych osnuty (1388-1782) (Warsaw, 1910), no. 219, pp. 124-26; Balaban, Historja, 1: 176-77, 221. On the reliability of the work and Miczynski's frequent references to archival sources see Ignacy Schipper, Dzieje handlu iydowskiego na ziemiach polskich (Warsaw, 1937), pp.
58. WAPL,Ksiega miejska Modliborzyce 1, 167, 218; Ks. m. Modliborzyce 3, 14r-15v. (CAHJP HM 7044, HM 6750). 59. Morgensztern, "Wiadomo'ci," p. 31. 60. Hilla Jeruchomowicz, an arendator and merchant who dealt in mead, beer, hops and herring; Juda Herslowicz, a qahal elder in 1680 and arendator of Beliyce, 1674-1691; and Icek Salamonowicz, a qahal elder in 1680-his house on the marketplace cost 1,000 Polish zloties in 1673. WAPL, Ks. m. Beliyce 5, 479; 531; Ks. m. Belzyce 7, 561, 631-32, 666, 677-78, 680, 697, 706-7, 712-13; Ks.
58-92; Ben-Sasson, Hagut, pp. 4 The "middleman minority" theory emphasizes the structure of the host society and pictures the minority group as filling the gap between the upper and lower strata. Thus, the aristocracy controls the real estate, and agricultural work is performed by the native peasantry, leaving commerce to the alien minority. 5 The "penalized minority" theory stresses the minority group's response to the hostility of the host society. Popular animus engenders or preserves solidarity and organization in addition to motivating members of the group to work hard within the narrow economic realm left open to them.
AJS REVIEW. VOL. 6. 1981. VI ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES by FRANK TALMAGE