For those who don't know: Jewish people who came to America and Canada in their thousands in the 1900's never tried to impose their religion on others. They were so grateful to be allowed to live - even in poverty - in a free country.
Through the years, through their ethics and hard work, they not only brought food and shelter to their families, they brought values to everyone - social services, charity, education, jobs, art, music, science and organizations that helped others to gain their civil rights as well.
They laboured in sweat shops and used their earnings to feed their families and send their children to school. They did all that without trying to impose Judaism on anyone.
It took many years, but those poor immigrants gave their new homelands doctors who have saved more lives than can be counted. I regret, they also gave us lawyers. No one is perfect.