Cain, Abel and the Family Cohen
Jonas Cohen, a rabbi’s son, has made an impressive record as a member of a New York hedge fund. Yet he always remembered an admonishment from one of his graduate-school professors: “Everyone reads the same books and articles. However, the day will usually belong to those who can best read between the lines.” How capable is Jonas Cohen of reading “between the lines” as he is stalked by adversity?
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