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How the Agency Saved My Father

How the Agency Saved My Father

Howard Husock tells the story of how a private Jewish charity gave his father an opportunity for a very different life than one might expect for an orphan in the 1930s. Howard is the author of the upcoming book, “Who Killed Civil Society: The Rise of the Social Service State and the Decline of Bourgeois Norms.”
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Arresting Your Boss: A Nazi Commander

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