This introductory chapter presents the story of how immigrant Jewish peddlers and the non-Jewish women made history through their ordinariness. The history of peddling has contributed to our understanding of Jewish modernity. This chapter reveals that immigrant Jewish peddling involved three different ideas: trade, hates, and conflicts.
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