“Worker power is at its lowest level since the 1940s and maybe since the 1930s,” Greenhouse says.
“You always have the picture that you didn’t stop for. But Jay always says, ‘But the thing is, you saw it.’ Even if you didn’t get the picture.”
“She is a universal icon for resistance - an individual model for humanity’s gold standard moral fiber.”
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The store denies it.
Interviewing novelist Jennifer Weiner, Batya Ungar-Sargon investigates why the literary industry resists books that speak to a female audience.
Joshua Furst’s “Revolutionaries” wonders at the little regarded casualties of a life with a national profile: Namely, the kids.
David Yazbek: “Allan Sherman has a massive influence on me as a comedian and as a lyricist. American humor to such a large extent is Jewish humor.”
“During the Holocaust, six million people were all praying to God to do something. He must have been very busy.
“American poetry doesn’t have to be in English.”
“My big fantasy is that women and men will really start to talk to each other,” Aviad said.
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