By Julian Ungar-Sargon
I grew up with Jonathan Sacks. What his loss means for the Jewish world.
On Saturday, Vice President Joe Biden won enough of the electoral college to make him next president of the United States. But Saturday will also be remembered as the day the Jewish world lost a spokesman the likes of which it has not seen in generations: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Baron Sacks of Aldgate, was…
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