By Susanna Zaraysky
Remembering Russia in the Golden State
At the start of the wave of Soviet Jewish migration to the United States that began in 1979, the Cold War was still very much in effect — and being Russian in America was not all that easy. “I wanted to assimilate as quickly as possible and not associate with other Russians,” said Igor Sinyak,…
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