Jewish times: voices of the American Jewish experience
A carefully crafted portrait of Jewish life in America, drawn from a series of remarkable interviews conducted by noted journalist Howard Simons. The story of a very special immigrant group and its 300-year effort to realize the American dream.
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In the Beginning
Women and Children First
More Than Frank
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