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Steven Stoll

Steven Stoll is an associate professor of history and American Studies at Yale University.

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Adele Rosenwald Levy

Adele Rosenwald Levy used her affluence to promote public-spirited philanthropy and Jewish causes. Active in thirty-five charitable, artistic, and community organizations, Levy never failed her father’s principle that those of good fortune should assume “the obligations that come with wealth.”

Anita Block

Anita Block helped to found one of the first socialist newspapers in the United States, the New York Call, serving as the editor of its women’s page and as its drama critic from 1903 until 1923, when the paper closed during the antiradical, anti-immigrant sentiment following World War I.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Steven Stoll." (Viewed on September 22, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/stoll-steven>.

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