Howard L. Berman


A Flawed Fix, and an Opportunity To Address Immigration Problem

By Howard L. Berman

Jews know how it is to arrive in a foreign land as strangers — and not always to welcoming arms. In the late-19th and early-20th centuries, waves of Eastern European Jewish immigrants, including my father, arrived in the United States, often fleeing pogroms. Many were unskilled laborers who took low-paying jobs in factories where they wereRead More



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