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809, n. 1. There are those, however, who differ with Heinemann's view of the rabbinic homily, chief among them being Abraham Goldberg. Goldberg feels that the derashot do not show a great measure of editing, and that if at times there is a degree of uniformity, it is due only to the chance repetition of certain themes. 20 NORMAN J. COHEN the editors of these pieces selected material from traditions already shaped into units and they, in turn, welded these units into derashot. The material utilized was ordered and integrated, and this ensured thematic development.
In those smaller centers, Jews were often the only commercial element, and this dominance of commercial life, along with their often close ties to the town-owner, must have led to their holding a rather high status in the town; at least the merchants among the Jews became a kind of patriciate. In the larger cities residential segregation tended to be stricter, competition more intense, and animosities more dangerous. This is not to say that close or easy relations between Jews and Christians occurred only in small towns, but that, from the point of view of 55.
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