Krauskopf, Joseph

(1858-1923)
   American Reform rabbi. He was born in Prussia and settled in the US in 1872. He served congregations in Kansas City and Philadelphia. A leader of radical reform, he was an important figure in the national organizations of Reform Judaism. He estab-lished the National Farm School in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and in 1917 was appointed to direct food conservation among Jews for the US Food Administration.

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