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Colonial and Foreign News," June 8, 1906. See also "Letters from Our Correspondents," Ha-Sefirah, Av 11, 1888; S. Talpis, "Abroad," Ha-meliS, Kislev 28, 1899. AMERICAN CONNECTION OF CANADIAN JEWS 29 from an inhospitable climate and frequent economic depressions. 25So greatly did Europeans favor the United States over Canada, that before 1860, seventy-two percent of all British emigrants went directly there, and still more went southward after only a brief stay in Canada. 26 Among Jews only a tiny minority thought of Canada before 1900.
3 (11), p. 240a; ST, 172. 1 (4). Ibid. (ad 11), p. 243a-b (ad 4). Guide, 2: 39-40, 3: 29-34. QD, 12. 12 passim. NATURAL OR DIVINE PROPHECY? 19 problem could not easily be ignored. 98 In the Arabic version of Aristotle's On Divination in Sleep9 this new insight already plays some part, if only a minor one. Finally, al-Farabi put it into the service of the political interpretation of prophecy, and Maimonides took it from there. Yet how sensitive an area this was may be gauged from the fact not hitherto observed, that when listing the required dispositions of prophecy in his popular writings, Maimonides mentioned only intellectual and moral perfection but omitted imagination.
There they hoped that the lack of a tradition of antisemitism and the absence of a "Jewish question," together with all the other favorable conditions, might offer them opportunity for a decent existence on an equal footing with Christians. Charles Freshman, the future Quebec rabbi and Ontario Lutheran minister, was typical. While still in Europe and still a Jew, he "had heard wonderful stories of the civil and religious liberty" of America and thereupon "resolved to make that ... "' Jews put America to the test, by coming in unprecedented numbers.