Early Rabbinic Attitudes towards Immigration to the United States (Sources)

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Land of the free. During the 19th century, unprecedented numbers of European Jews emigrated to the Free World. What are the earliest rabbinic sources that address the challenges facing the new immigrants? Were there any positive sentiments expressed by leading Torah authorities about the freedom and opportunity that America afforded? Also, did King Solomon bring gold from the “Goldene Medina”?

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