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Jung influenced American Jewry through the written word as well, publishing thirty-seven books and hundreds of articles, mostly of a popular nature, in which he elucidated the values to which he dedicated his life: commitment to Torah, openness to the world, and kindness to fellow human beings. Herman Wouk echoed the sentiments of many when he wrote, "It has been my lifelong endeavor to carry out lessons learned from you." Jung died in New York City. (from Conclusion)
Schacter, J. J. (1999). Leo Jung. In J. A. Garraty, & M. C. Carnes (Eds.), American National Biography (vol. 12, pp. 318-319).(New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 318-319
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