By Susan Dworkin
Bess and the Jews: A Defining Moment?
In the wake of Bess Myerson’s death and all the talk about her rise and fall, it’s worthwhile to remember a moment when her fate turned with ours, and her future really began. Immediately post World War II, many of our families were just beginning to understand the enormity of the Holocaust. They knew it…
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