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AJS REVIEW. VOL. 6. 1981. VI ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH STUDIES by FRANK TALMAGE

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Weinryb, The Jews of Poland, pp. 156-76. 52. Baron, Social and Religious History, 16: 76. 53. Lublin, Wojew6dzkie Archiwum Panstwowe w Lublinie [WAPL],Ksiqga miejska Opatowa 1/66 (unpaginated). (CAHJP,HM8213). 54. WAPL,Ksiqga miejska Opola 7, 801-2 (1599); Ks. m. Opola 8, 541 (1599); Ks. m. Opola 9, 36-37 (1611), 92 (1617), 141-42 (1619), 147 (1620), 151 (1620), 184 (1622), 231 (1626), 244 (1627),362(1639),369(1639),371(1639),373(1640),415 (1649),467(1661),588(1688). m. Beliyce 7, 10, (1600), 97 (1608), 102-3 (1609), 376-77 (1635), 391 (1639), 589-90 631-32 (1661), 666 (1669), 677-78 (1673), 678-79 (1673), 712-13 (1694).

52, p. 264; Jan Riabinin, Materialy do historii miasta Lublina 1317-1792 (Lublin, 1938), no. 320, p. 11; no. 351, pp. 122-23. 13. Lustracja wojew6dztwalubelskiego 1661, ed. Henryk Oprawko and Kamilia Schuster (Warsaw, 1962), pp. 88, 91-92, 97, 99, 100, 101. The complaints came from apothecaries, locksmiths, smiths, hatmakers, wheelwrights, ropemakers, pewters, and cordovaners. Compare also Jan Riabinin, Lauda miejskie Lubelskie XVII wieku (Lublin, 1934), no. 50, p. 27; no. 78, p. 53; no. 79, p.

Ben-Sasson. His conclusion, tentatively offered, was based on an analysis of the writings of the rabbis of the period. After saying that there is insufficient material for a true comparison between the Puritans described by Max Weber and the Jews of Poland, Ben- Sassonwrote that althoughtherewas no explicitreferencein the sourcesto an ethos of man havingthe duty to increasehis wealth,certainof the writings of the period imply the existence of a feeling close to this ethos. "Clearly what Weber says about the power of religious teaching to encourage economic activity by endorsing it and assuring a 'psychological reward' for its pursuit is true also for the Jews ....

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