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Ronald S. Lauder: Elie Wiesel Was the World's Moral Compass

November 30,-0001 00:00

He helped bring the world's attention to the plight of persecuted people in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia. His book, The Jews of Silence, one of his more than sixty works of non-fiction and fiction, raised awareness about Soviet Jewry struggling ...

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