Why Bubbe's Accent is Dying, Jewish Denmark

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In this week’s podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis is joined by Forward editor Jane Eisner to discuss Mitt Romney’s Vice Presidential pick, Paul Ryan and what his plans for Medicare mean for Jewish seniors.

Then, Forward contributor Eddy Portnoy phones in to explain the death of the eastern european Yiddish accent. Finally, staff writer Paul Berger fills us in on his vacation in Denmark and the surprising number of Jewish stories there.

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