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Machine generated contents note: Early Incidents of Religious-Secular Conflict -- Absorption of Mass Immigration in the Early Years: Facts and Figures -- Why Was a Government Commission of Inquiry Appointed? -- Composition of the Commission of Inquiry -- Ben-Gurion's Stand on the Education of Immigrant Children -- Attitudes of Various Parties toward the Commission of Inquiry -- Uniform Education in the Immigrant Camps and the Religious Workers Stream -- Political Developments during the Course of the Commission's Investigation -- Culture Department's Objections to the Commission's Conclusions -- Reactions to the Frumkin Report: Government, Knesset, Histadrut -- Comments on the Procedures and Conclusions of the Frumkin Commission -- Decision to Introduce a State Educational System (1953) -- Shas -- The Party Whose Roots Lie in the Anti-Religious Coercion of Israel's First Years -- Summing Up: Israel -- From "Melting Pot" to Pluralistic State -- Report of the Commission of Inquiry Concerning Education in the Immigrant Camps -- Introduction: Appointment, Authority, and Procedures of the Commission -- General Background -- Immigrant Camps -- Specific Accusations -- Accusations in the Press -- Sources of Propaganda Abroad -- Conclusions -- Addendum: List of Witnesses Who Testified before the Commission.
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