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The development towns and renewal neighborhoods are mainly populated by lower- and workingclass Oriental Jews; Ashkenazim tend to be middle-class. The disparities are in the very indices that constitute the concept of "class" in the two chapters, that is, education, income employment, housing, and standard of living. Disparities in these indices were already observed in the 1950s when the ethnic-class division was formed. Currently, Orientals still rank lower on these indices and hold blue-collar, service, and small-business jobs.

Yet hundreds of communities that are spread nationwide, especially the kibbutzim, are still functioning as a united sector under their regional and national organizations. Moreover, although the kibbutzim and moshavim are no more a major source for leadership recruitment, and their traditional overrepresentation in the Knesset is in decline, the number of their delegates after the 1988 elections, eleven (five of them Labor), still exceeds proportionately the small size of their population. The final chapter on Jerusalem by Ira Sharkansky serves as a special case study.

Disparities in these indices were already observed in the 1950s when the ethnic-class division was formed. Currently, Orientals still rank lower on these indices and hold blue-collar, service, and small-business jobs. Ashkenazim still control Israel's public and private sectors and hold key positions in the parties, academia, and the arts. Much of the class gaps originate in the local economic problems that the development towns and renewal neighborhoods are still experiencing. The class gaps will not be closed without community- and neighborhood-based comprehensive policies to solve the continuous problems of lagging industrial growth, unemployment, the budget deficit, and inadequate housing.

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