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“What do you mean I’m an antisemite? My wife is Jewish!”

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August 10, 2018 06:20
Then-US delegate to the United Nations General Assembly Eleanor Roosevelt holds the UN Universal Dec

Then-US delegate to the United Nations General Assembly Eleanor Roosevelt holds the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Spanish, in 1948. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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THE NEW York Times correspondent looked at me, totally puzzled. This was a long time ago, in a conversation taking place in the storied lobby of the King David Hotel.

“What do you mean I’m an antisemite? My wife is Jewish!”

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