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Friendship in Postwar America

New America Now, Audio, Mary Ambrose with Aaron Davidman Posted: Oct 29, 2009


Editor's Note: Aaron Davidman is the director of the current stage version of the bestselling novel The Chosen by Chaim Potok. The book is a powerful story of friendship and religion in postwar America. The Chosen is currently playing at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts from October 7th through November 8th.
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