Choosing When to Fly Home and 10 Other Things That Aren’t a ‘Sophie’s Choice’ by the Forward

Choosing When to Fly Home and 10 Other Things That Aren’t a ‘Sophie’s Choice’

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In analyzing the presidential race, former Mitt Romney strategist Stuart Stevens was quoted in today’s New York Times as saying, “Every day in a campaign is ‘Sophie’s Choice,’ And that’s the hardest thing. You’ve got to decide where you’re going to live and where you’re going to die.”

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Adam Langer

Adam Langer

Adam Langer is the Forward’s senior editor for culture and features. Born and raised in Chicago, he is the author of the novels “Crossing California,” “The Washington Story,” “Ellington Boulevard,” “The Thieves of Manhattan” and “The Salinger Contract” as well as the memoir “My Father’s Bonus March.” His forthcoming novel “Cyclorama” will be published in 2022.

Choosing When to Fly Home and 10 Other Things That Aren’t a ‘Sophie’s Choice’

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