Old fashioned Jew, old fashioned reporter

Borsuk, Alan J.
September 1997
Nieman Reports;Fall97, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p15
Focuses on how the author deals with being an Orthodox Jew and a journalist. How the editors at `The Milwaukee Journal' deal with the fact that the author observes the Jewish Sabbath; Details on the author's work; Influence the author's religious life has on how he does his work.


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