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Ghettos are the product of a mobile and tensionful dialectic of external hostility and internal affinity that expresses itself as ambivalence at the level of collective consciousness. Thus, although European Jews consistently protested relegation within their outcast districts, they were also deeply attached to them and appreciative of the relative security they afforded and the special forms of collective life they supported: Frankfurt's ghetto in the eighteenth century was ‘not just the scene of confinement and persecution but a place where Jews were entirely, supremely, at home’ (Gay 1992, p. 67). 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