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UCSJUnion of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union (est. 1970; Washington, DC)
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(53) Published by the UCSJ, the manual was prepared by the Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism's Louis Rosenblum, one of the primary architects of the American campaign's shift to "people-to-people" tactics to directly connect individual Jews in the United States and USSR with one another.
This was as true of the grassroots SSSJ and UCSJ as it was of the establishment Conference.
Within the grassroots faction, differences between the movement culture of SSSJ and that of the UCSJ's local councils (whose members represented a different demographic) has largely been neglected.
On occasion, UCSJ's overt actions inflamed issues that could have better been resolved quietly, according to Goodman.
Despite opposition to it from various quarters, the independent UCSJ continued to organize support around the country.