Sopranos Chat: Tony Feuds With His Favorite Jew

Last year editor Ami Eden wrote an essay arguing that mob boss Tony Soprano had a thick philosemitic streak inspired by a Jewish associate, Herman “Hesh” Rabkin.

Did last week’s episode — with a Tony-Hesh feud — ruin the theory? Click here to hear from Eden and Forward associate editor Gabriel Sanders on the issue.

Sopranos Chat: Tony Feuds With His Favorite Jew

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