Back in 1970’s I was talking to one of my colleagues at work who was a Jew. He told me his story of coming to Chicago but could not find a job since his name was certainly Jewish. He abbreviated it to non-Jewish name and found jobs. So at least in years gone by the Jews in US faced discrimination. I can understand why one would morph into a liberal secular person when one faces discrimination. Supposedly liberals are more inclusive. That is true only if you agree 100% with their agenda. Liberals are the most intolerant in that respect.
Very true, but there has been discrimination against Irish,Italians, Poles etc.We don’t disparage our former countries.
Thomas Sowell wrote a book called “Ethnic America”. He delves into all the ethnicities after they came to America and the discrimination they suffered. The jews had it light compared to Irish and blacks.Most ethnicities move on and assimilate.Some do not.
Jewish emigrants brought a lot of unrest to the US as many were confirmed Marxist, Communist and/or lefty Anarchist and vocal purveyors of “Social Justice”. These types were dedicated to overthrowing the established government much like the Islamic emigration into the west.